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|Statement||by Dave E. Sargeant and Hanne & Jens Eriksen.|
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|Pagination||256 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||2009337393|
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Birdwatching guide to Oman Paperback – January 1, by Hanne SARGEANT, Dave E. & ERIKSEN (Author) out of 5 stars 8 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ — $ Paperback5/5(8).
About this book. The site guide section of this excellent birdwatching guide covers over 60 of the Sultanate's top birdwatching sites - each including a detailed map, information on habitats, access and a complete list of the species with relative abundance.
This book is the perfect guide to this wonderful country's birdlife. Written by the world's leading expert on Middle Eastern birds, Richard Porter, along with Oman bird specialist Jens Eriksen, with color plates opposite concise species text and accurate maps, it is indispensable for any naturalist visiting this jewel of the Arabian peninsula/5(8).
Birdwatching Guide to Oman Dave E Sargeant, Hanne Eriksen, Jens Eriksen A second book by experts Hanne and Jens Eriksen, this time also with Dave E.
Sargeant, brings us the definitive guide to bird watching in Oman and includes stunning photography and location charts to track the birds.
Birdwatching Guide to Oman,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1). Birdwatching Guide To Oman Author: Hanne Eriksen ISBN: CORNELL Genre: Bird watching File Size: 33 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi Download: Read: Get This Book.
Whatever you level of birdwatching, there is something for you in this easy-to-use book of pages. Some photographs are included to help identify over species of birds covering all regularly occurring birds found in Oman.
Species have been grouped together by habitat to. If you are using our Birdwatching guide to Oman, 2nd Edition, you may want to check out the updates listed below, especially if you are visiting the country for the first time. Cyclone Mekunu hit the south coast of Oman in May and caused major damage.
Buy Birdwatching Guide to Oman 2nd edition by Dave E Sargeant, Hanne Eriksen, Jens Eriksen (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Reviews: 8. Their eastern guide has more detail, but the Birds Golden Guide is much more simplistic and can be a useful beginner guide, especially for children.
However, you will soon outgrow it and want more details. The Most Awesome Warbler Field Guide Ever. Check out our review of The Warbler Guide which is one of the best field guides I have ever seen. OMAN & BAHRAIN: OVERVIEW. Birdquest’s Oman birding tours explore the safest, friendliest and most enjoyable Middle Eastern birdwatching venue.
Our Oman birding tour turns up a host of resident and migrant specialities. Birdwatching guide to Oman book include Jouanin’s Petrel, Persian Shearwater, Socotra Cormorant, Sooty Falcon, Arabian and Sand Partridges, Crab-plover, Sooty Gull, Saunders’s and White-cheeked.
Birds of Oman is the perfect guide to this wonderful country's birdlife. Written by the world's leading expert on Middle Eastern birds, Richard Porter, along with Oman bird specialist Jen Eriksen, with colour plates opposite concise species text and accurate maps, it is indispensible for any naturalist visiting this jewel of the Arabian peninsula.
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Tweet: Information; Customer Reviews (0) The site guide section of this excellent birdwatching guide covers over 60 of the Sultanate's top birdwatching sites - each including a detailed map.
For the best known spots we have adopted the same location coding used in the second edition of the book Birdwatching guide to Oman. In all other places not shown in this book we have written down the coordinates.
For any comment related to this report you can contact us to the following e-mail addresses: [email protected] / [email protected] 5 Places to go bird watching in Oman 28/10/ Oman Observer Sitting right at the crossroads of three continents — Europe, Africa and Asia — The Sultanate is not only a vital point for sea routes but also the perfect spot for migratory birds to rest on their way further south away from the harsh winters of the northern hemisphere.
The site guide section of this excellent birdwatching guide covers over 60 of the Sultanate's top birdwatching sites - each including a detailed map, information on habitats, access and a complete list of the species with relative abundance. A birdfinder is included with details of how, where and when to best find each species, as well as a complete checklist with seasonal ing the.
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Enjoy quick & thorough communication: avoid surprises in Oman. One week trip with wife gave a few opportunities to visit some of the sites in Birdwatching Guide to Oman.
On the whole I got my target birds (biggest dip was Serin which I thought would be the easiest). However the two most unusual records where – White Fronted Goose (5) and Demoiselle Crane [02 February] - Tim Jones.
Oman is famous for its bird migrations. Beaches and springs in Dhofar are ideal places for birds watching during their seasonal journey between their nesting habitats and the places where they spend winters, especially for birds migrating from Europe and East Asia. Oman is a peaceful, friendly country with strong connections to the UK.
It has rapidly become one of the premier birdwatching destinations in the Middle East. The bird diversity is second to none in the region and the country is full of regional specialities. The narrower range of species included in this book, compared to more than in the Middle East guide, will benefit those less familiar with the birds of the region.
Birds of Oman is about pages shorter and some g lighter, not a trivial amount at the end of a day's birding in 35°C. A tour guide and photographer, Jens Eriksen is renowned as Oman's premier birder, with a number of photographic titles covering the nation's birds under his belt.
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Helm, Mammals of Britain and Europe by D McDonald and P Barrett. Collins, Apps etc. eGuide to Birds of the Middle East. Collins Bird Guide. Anyone wishing to visit would be well advised to have copies of The Field Guide to the Birds of the Middle East by Porter, Christensen & Schiermacker-Hansen and the Birdwatching guide to Oman by Hanne & Jens Eriksen, Panadda & Dave E.
Sargeant. The guide to Oman is an excellent book that details access to all known sites within Oman. Best Overall Guide: The Sibley Guide to Birds. The Sibley Guide instantly became the industry standard when it was released inand it remains on top thanks to its comprehensiveness, cleanliness and simplicity.
Employing the classic David S ibley drawings, the book presents more plumages and subspecies than any other guide, but never. Second edition. Packed with the necessary information to successfully explore the avifauna of Oman. Contains 64 maps covering all the country's top birdwatching sites.
Presents how to find both the most sought-after species as well as the more common ones on the locations. Illustrated with ph.
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“Vier Tage lang, bis zum 3. Februar, befand sich der Nautilus im Meer von Oman, mit verschiedener Schnelligkeit und in verschiedener Tiefe. Es schien, als fahre er aufs Geratewohl, als habe er über die Fahrt geschwankt; doch kam er nicht über den Wendekreis des Krebses hinaus.
This book is the perfect guide to this wonderful country’s birdlife. Written by the world’s leading expert on Middle Eastern birds, Richard Porter, along with Oman bird specialist Jen Eriksen, with colour plates opposite concise species text and accurate maps, it is indispensible for any naturalist visiting this jewel of the Arabian peninsula.
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Over local species are illustrated. One side contains back-yard birds and the other contains shore Rating: % positive. This is a list of the bird species recorded in avifauna of Oman include a total of species, of which 7 have been introduced by humans.
27 species are globally threatened. This list's taxonomic treatment (designation and sequence of orders, families and species) and nomenclature (common and scientific names) generally follow the conventions of The Clements Checklist of Birds of.
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Liechtenstein, Sri Lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macau, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Uruguay, Russian Seller Rating: % positive. OMAN & THE UAE: BIRDING ARABIA Dec 1, to George Armistead The sun sets over Oman's Empty Quarter, a sand-desert the size of Texas.
(Photo by guide George Armistead) When you tell people that you are going on a two-week birding trip. I live and work in Muscat, Oman and would love to go birdwatching with like-minded people from all over the world.
H Salman Wadi Kabir, Muscat Anytime Arabic, English Like photogrphy and watching birds on free time. Professional Guides If you contact a professional Birdingpal guide you must be prepared to pay a fee for guiding services. Initial. Oman has excellent birding potential and a superb site guide and it may well be on some birders "hit" lists for the future.
There are just over 85 resident birds living in Oman all year round, while the majority are "migratory" birds which visit the country only at certain times of the year.
We used the LP 'Oman, UAE & Arabian Peninsula' and found it generally pretty good, but some of the descriptions of driving routes were innacurate (eg road to the top of Jebel Shams is a lot longer than it says in the book, and finding the road up & over the Western Hajars from Al-Hamra was difficult).
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They have freedom of religion and actually some of the few Arab countries that allow different religions to practise freely and not only from the people of the Book (Judaism, Islam, Christianity). While there I visited Muscat, Bahla which has the oldest fort and Nizwa a Unesco heritage site due to the years old water delivery system.
Sunbird Birding Tours to Oman – Itinerary. The Sultanate of Oman – one of the most attractive, unspoiled, and safest countries in the Middle East – offers an extraordinary wealth of birds and an exceptionally pleasant, welcoming, and relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy them.
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For a field guide we used The Field Guide to the Birds of the Middle East, by RF Porter, S Christensen, and P Schiermacker-Hansen, published by T & AD Poster, which we purchased through the NHBS of UK.
Our itinerary given below uses the Shell guide as a reference and.Interest in bird-watching has been stimulated by bird books, stretching as far back as Gilbert White’s Natural History of Selborne () and John James Audubon’s illustrated Birds of America (–38) and culminating in such essential aids in the field as H.F.
Witherby’s five-volume Handbook of British Birds (–41) and Roger Tory.