QNHG visits Shamal for birdwatching Oct 28, 2017 0 224 12345 A Qatar Natural History Group (QNHG) team recently visited Al Shamal Park for birdwatching. Al Shamal Park is considered the favourite first stop in Qatar for many migrating birds returning from southern Europe and Asia en route to their wintering grounds in central and southern Africa. The 50-member QNHG team visited Al Shamal Park and saw quails, chiffchaffs, Daurian shrikes as well as white, grey and yellow wagtails. The highlight of their visit, however, was the appearance of a European nightjar, which very obligingly posed for all the members' cameras. After an hour of exploring this very pleasant park, the Group went on to explore the coast around Al Ruwais. Despite the low tide, many seabirds and waders were in residence, including terns, curlews, whimbrels, plovers, cormorans, herons and flamingoes. In total, 41 species were observed and identified during this outing. (TNN) Pages 12 POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES US irritated by siege nations' rigid stand: American analyst Oct 28, 2017 0 763 South African community donates 1.5 tonnes of animal food to QAWS Oct 28, 2017 0 1309 Oryx GTL marks annual Al-Tawasol Day, bringing Qatari staff closer to mgmt Oct 28, 2017 0 533 Kahramaa holds blood donation camp for staff Tribune News Network Doha QATAR General Electricity & Water Corporation (Kahramaa) in collaboration with Blood Donor Centre at Hamad Medical Corporation organised a blood donation camp recently. A number of Kahramaa .. Deputy Emir greets Turkmenistan's President Deputy Emir HH Sheikh Abdullah bin Hamad al Thani on Friday sent a cable of congratulations to Turkmenistan's President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow, on the occasion of his country's National Day. (QNA) Qatar remains committed to labour reforms: GCO Qatar has once again reaffirmed its commitment in developing laws in line with international labour standards and the guidance of ILO, Director of Qatar's Government Communications Office (GCO) Sheikh Saif bin ..