Sinai Rosefinch

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The Sinai Rosefinch is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

and Asian Desert Warblers, Syrian Serin and Sinai Rosefinch found more easily at this time of year than in spring. In addition, we’ll spend time with an established and celebrated background of resident bird species, some of which will be flocking at this season. Given a little luck, there may be a chance of Brown Booby on the Red Sea, a lingering Sooty Falcon anywhere in the Arava Valley, or perhaps a Cinereous Vulture in the Central Negev. More

In: Sinai Rosefinch Ca: Pinsà rosat del Sinaí Da: Sinai Karmindompap De: Einödgimpel Es: Camachuelo del Sinaí Fi: rotkopunavarpunen Fr: Roselin du Sinaï It: Ciuffolotto del Sinai Nl: Sinaï-roodmus No: Ørkenrosenfink Pt: Pintarroxo do Sinai Sv: Sinairosenfink US: Sinai Rosefinch Ru: Бледная чечевица Bird News Extra subscribers should log in to view an enhanced species page. More

near Taba and the beautiful Sinai Rosefinch, Carpodacus synoicus, is also found in the area. A special feature of the area is the Nawamis, small houses that are the oldest stone buildings in the world. More

Sinai Rosefinches inhabit remote Mountains in the Middle East. In Israel they can be found in the Dead Sea Region and in the Arava Valley. To photograph these rather shy birds in their natural environment I used a wide angle lens with remote release and put water in an area known as a regular wintering site. Thanks to Eilat based Bird-photographer Avi Meir the drinking-spot is well maintained and known to the birds and it did not take too long until they showed up. More

Sinai Rosefinch (Pair 250yds from C’park on track to Monastery at Midday) Dehab Poss Sooty Falcon (over Coralia Hotel from coach) White-cheeked Tern (1 on beach of Coralia Hotel) Steppe Buzzard (1 over Dehab, also perched on buildings) Alpine Swift (1 over Dehab) Squacco Heron (1 on beach) White-eyed Gull (3 on beach) Ras Mohammed National Park- 7th June Brown-necked Raven (1 from taxi near Sharm) Brown Booby (2 in More

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Order : Passeriformes
Family : Fringillidae
Genus : Carpodacus
Species : synoicus
Authority : (Temminck, 1825)