Tag Archives: Iraq

Syria, Saudi Arabia and Sudan

The amazing journey continues as Shirin reaches Africa.

Onwards into the Middle East

Five birds tracked in five different countries, as the western flock moves further south.

Spring is in the air

With Spring in the air – Boris, Irina and Ainur, the three Sociable Lapwings we fitted with satellite tags in Kazakhstan last summer, have all left their wintering areas and are now on the way back to their breeding grounds.

A New Year Message

“Two thousand and fourteen will be another challenging year for the field workers, conservationists and champions supporting the Sociable Lapwing conservation programme. I wish you all Good Luck.” Richard Porter – BirdLife Middle East Advisor.

Spring surveys and community engagement in Iraq

Each spring since April 2009, Nature Iraq has conducted ornithological survey expeditions in and around the vast arid western and central deserts of Iraq, hoping to find Sociable Lapwings that might be passing through the country on their northerly migration back to Kazakhstan.

Omar Fadhil – Nature Iraq

Omar Fadhil is an ecologist and wildlife photographer working for Nature Iraq.

Omar Fadil’s search in Iraq

Since the invasion of 2003, many people have been struggling to survive in the chaos and bloodshed in Iraq . Even now the country’s far from safe. However, over the past two years, Omar Fadil has set out to doggedly survey the bird population for Nature Iraq (BirdLife Partner), taking him to some of the […]