The Birds of Egypt, a photography trip, 2006-2012, 2 of 4

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In this part two of my photography trip would like to highlight some areas and zones around Egypt, for this part I am introducing Sinai region and its birds.

Sinai is a major stop and one of the most important IBAs in the migratory route from Europe to Africa and back during spring and autumn, there is three major areas in Sinai are:

Zaranek national park, the bitter lakes, and Ras Mohamed national park, the St Cathrine mountain is a major stop for the smaller song birds.

                             Gray heroin landing, Near Zaranek, Sinai, Yehia El Alaily

 

Call of the wild, Nabq, Sinai, Yehia El Alaily

Osprey in flight, Nabq, Sinai, Yehia El Alaily

                            Sniper at dawn, Nabq, Sinai, Yehia El Alaily


 

For more info about me and my photography work, please check www.yehiaelalaily.com

Yehia El Alaily

Yehia El Alaily is an Egyptian/ British commercial photographer based in Cairo, Egypt. Since specializing in commercial photography in 2005, Alaily has worked with several local and international clients. His commercial portfolio covers a wide range of trends: conceptual, lifestyle, people, nature and architecture, but his keynote project remains the Birds of Egypt started in 2005. His interest in photo- documenting bird migration in Egypt has taken Alaily across Egypt in pursuit of different bird species across the country. This ongoing project has established him as a contributing photographer with Christopher Helm Publishers.

Yehia El Alaily

Yehia El Alaily is an Egyptian/ British commercial photographer based in Cairo, Egypt. Since specializing in commercial photography in 2005, Alaily has worked with several local and international clients. His commercial portfolio covers a wide range of trends: conceptual, lifestyle, people, nature and architecture, but his keynote project remains the Birds of Egypt started in 2005. His interest in photo- documenting bird migration in Egypt has taken Alaily across Egypt in pursuit of different bird species across the country. This ongoing project has established him as a contributing photographer with Christopher Helm Publishers.

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Dermot McCabe
Dermot McCabe

A drug smuggling Heron is a novelty to catch, but surely the courts will not succeed in prosecution with the defendant wrongly identified? Is this not a Western Reef Heron? 😉
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