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    Hi Jacky, Congratulations on the Eversmann's. I saw one last November down in the wadi at Green Mub (near the C chalets), but nobody ever relocated it. Hopefully this one will hang around. I saw the Blyth's yesterday. It was in an area of cut grass, quite close to the track (I think it was Track 3, but it may have been 2 - the first track is very faint and I wasn't sure whether to count it) and showed quite well - rather confiding. At first I was confused because it looked nothing like the confusion species Richards' and Tawny. It looked very like the 2012 Emirates Palace bird on the site. It had bright orangey legs. Sound like the same bird? Anyway, thanks for the tips. Andrew
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born 12 december 1967 in North of France
Master in regional Planing and Land management - Lille University
VAT as ornithologist: 1 year on Amsterdam island in 1991 working with penguins and albatrosses
PhD on Ecology of the collared peccary in tropical forest of french Guiana 1993- 1998
Ecologist at The National Wildlife Research center in Taif, Saudi Arabia 1998 - 2003
National Avian Research center - International Fund for Houbara Conservation - Abu Dhabi: 2004 - now
birding, travelling, reading
Wildlife consultant for EWS - WWF


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UAE total: 323.5 (Latest addition: Common Crane, European Golden plover)
UAE 2016 year list: 228 species
Fujairah Emirate: 258


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