Qatar’s Thriving Bird Population

Majority of us know Qatar as the most advanced Arab state for human development which is backed the world’s third largest natural gas reserves and oil reserves But how many of us know that Qatar is home to at least 200 species of birds?

While the entire world is forced to stay within the four walls due to COVID-19 pandemic, Qatar has seen an incredible natural positive impact. After every sunset, on it’s northern coast, thousands of cormorants can be seen returning to an island off the northern coast of Qatar where they spend their nights.

(Image Source: Al Jazeera)

Qatar has imposed strict measures to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus. This has proved to be a time when nature has revived and a diverse array of wildlife has been witnessed from turtles to whale sharks. The water has become clearer with more fishes coming. One can also spot herons and flamingos strolling in water.

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