After finding 2 Crested Honey Buzzard in Kuwait with Mashuq Ahmad over a week ago, I wasn't expecting to find this male Crested Honey Buzzard in a local park!
Didn't really get out until gone 14.00 and stuck on the outskirts of Salalah but did first make a short drive up into the mountains. I was only there for an hour and of note I saw Blue Rock and Rock Thrush and good numbers of Arabian Wheatear and a single Pied Wheatear.
Pairs of Arabian Wheatear were regularly seen along the mountain road
Male Pied Wheatear
Isabelline Wheatear were all over the shop
Male Rock Thrush
Daurian Shrike below with a pair of Namaqua Dove giving you an idea of how small these doves really are. I've seen quite a few pairs of the latter species in most places I've visited.
Female Tristram's Grackle
This is only my firth Crested Honey Buzzard that I've seen but by far this male was top notch out of all of them!
He was always keeping a close watch on me
Male Grey-headed Wagtail
Up to 10 Tree Pipit were in the park
2 dark phase Booted Eagle flew over the park
Remember that time when 'Akala' pulled that racists, if you didn't know, funded by the Israelis, Tommy Robinson apart on live TV. From one amazing talented great British rapper, Riz MC that I put on my blog yesterday, to another, 'Akala'
This song is from his third album Doublethink was released in 2010, and holds a strong theme of George Orwell's popular novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. Doublethink contained tracks such as "Find No Enemy" and "Yours and My Children" He chose the stagename Akala, a Buddhist term for "Immovable", and started releasing music in 2003 from his own independent music label, Illa State Records. He released his first mixtape, entitled The War Mixtape, in 2004. Kingslee James McLean Daley (born 1 December 1983), better known by the stage name Akala, is a British rapper, journalist, author, poet, and political activist.