Rufous Bush Chat seen at Ħal Far. Photo: Aron Tanti, Birdlife

Birdwatchers Discover Some Uncommon Sights in MigrationBirdwatchers Discover Some Uncommon Sights in Migration

Birdwatchers are catch rare birds in Malta. Most birds leave their wintering areas in Africa and migrant to Europe this year, and Bird watchers have sighted some rare birds among that migrants.

Rufous Bush Chat seen at Ħal Far. Photo: Aron Tanti, Birdlife

Rufous Bush Chat seen at Ħal Far. Photo: Aron Tanti, Birdlife

In the south of the Maltese sighting, another rare bird called Rufous-tailed Scrub-robin.

The very rare Temminck's Lark. Photo: Aron Tanti, Birdlife

The very rare Temminck’s Lark. Photo: Aron Tanti, Birdlife

As the fifth species called Temminck’s Lark sighted in the Maltese Islands. They sighted on previously in 1971—larks breeds in North Africa.
The migrant birds during the springtime are so beautiful and fantastic Birdlife in Malta.

Collared Pratincoles are scarce spring migrants. They are usually seen in single and birdwatchers seen that a flock of six birds. And it was really unusual. They were feeding on insects and resting in the Malta International Airport for a couple of days.

One of the Collared Pratincoles seen at the airport. Photo: Aron Tanti, Birdlife

One of the Collared Pratincoles seen at the airport. Photo: Aron Tanti, Birdlife

White-crowned Wheatears one of the rare species, and they are breeds in the Sahara Desert. However, these birds ever have been recorded three-four times only on the Maltese island.

A White-crowned Wheatear seen in the south of Malta. Photo: Aron Tanti, Birdlife

A White-crowned Wheatear seen in the south of Malta. Photo: Aron Tanti, Birdlife

When the conditions that accomplished, their wind grounds and these rare species disperse from Malta.

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