A few more updates from the last week 10-17/11/18 :

At the beginning of the week five Ruddy Shelducksreported from the Harod Valley by N. Besor.The first be reported this season, and the two White-tailed Eagles were still observed.More from the Harod and the Jordan Valley, a nice 1st year Imperial Eaglewas observed one day. 

Greater Spotted Eaglesare observed daily and in good numbers.

On Mount Gilboa the winter arrived, Finschs Wheatearspresent in good numbers along with more local species such as: Long-billed Pipits and Blue rock Thrush.

In the Beit She’an Valley one Isabelline Shrikestill in Kfar Ruppin, you can still see Eastern Stonchats here and there, also Moustached Warblers can be heard and seen in good numbers. 

Very easy to see mix flooks of Spanish, Dead Sea Sparrows and small numbers of Desert Finchis.

Isabelline Shrike – Kfar Ruppin
Moustached Warbler
Dead See Sparrows