Karim Haddad

Unido: 12.jul.2018 Última actividad: 27.ene.2023 iNaturalist

I'm naturalist and birder, born in Constantine in 1967. I had gratuated from Odessa State Academy of Food Technology with PhD degree in specialty "Technology of production of mixed fodders". Now I'm living and working in Ukraine and sometimes in Algeria. I'm one of the founders and an active member of the environmental association EcoCirta ex. AquaCirta in Constantine/Algeria for the protection of birds and the environment. I like birds and bird vocalisations as well as the natural world in general. The bird guiding is our specialty in Algeria. You are welcome in anytime.
My notes and articles which are published:

  1. HADDAD (K.) & AFOUTNI (L.), 2019.- La Sittelle kabyle Sitta ledanti : nouvelle localité, répartition et habitat. (Algerian Nuthatch Sitta Ledanti : new locality, distribution and habitat). ORNITHOS, Volume 26-2 : p.83-94.
  2. HADDAD (K.) & AFOUTNI (L.), 2019.- Première observation documentée d’une Fauvette de Rüppell Sylvia ruppeli en Algérie. (First documented record of Rüppel’s Warbler Sylvia ruppeli in Algeria). 4318, ALAUDA, volume 87 (2), p.165.
  3. HADDAD (K.) & VIECHEC (A.) 2019.- Nouvelles observations de la Fauvette de Moltoni Sylvia subalpina en Algérie. (New records of Moltoni’s Warbler Sylvia subalpina in Algeria). 4355, ALAUDA, volume 87 (4), p.346-347.
  4. HADDAD (K.) & AFOUTNI (L.), 2020.- Première observation du Coucou jacobin Clamator jacobinus en Afrique du Nord. (First record of Jacobin Cuckoo Clamator jacobinus in North Africa). 4365, ALAUDA, volume 88 (1), p.71-72.
  5. HADDAD (K.) & AFOUTNI (L.), 2020.- Nouvelles localités et répartition du Capucin bec-d’argent Euodice cantans dans le sud de l’Algérie. (New localities and distribution of African Silverbill Euodice cantans in Southern Algeria). 4377, ALAUDA, volume 88 (2), p.144-146.
  6. HADDAD (K.), AFOUTNI (L.) & MEBARKI (M. -T.), 2020.- Premier signalement de Deudorix livia (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) dans le sud algérien. (First record of Deudorix livia (Lepidoptera: Lycanidae) in southern Algeria). EPPO Bulletin 50 (2): p.292-294.
  7. HADDAD (K.), AFOUTNI (L.) & MEBARKI (M. -T.), 2020. Répartition actuellement connue du Moineau doré Passer luteus dans le sud de l’Algérie. (Currently know distribution of Sudan Golden Sparrow Passer luteus in Southern Algeria). 4387, ALAUDA, volume 88 (3), p.56-58.
  8. HADDAD (K.), AFOUTNI (L.), 2020.- Oiseaux rares récemment observés en Algérie. (Rare birds recently watched in Algeria). 4399, ALAUDA, volume 88 (4), p.307-310.
  9. HADDAD (K.), KALAENTZIS (K.), & DEMETRIOU (J.)- (2020). On track to becoming a cosmopolitan invasive species: First record of the box tree moth Cydalima perspectalis (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) in the African continent. ENTOMOLOGIA HELLENICA, 29 (2), p.27-32.
  10. HADDAD (K.), AFOUTNI (L.) & FILALI (A.), 2020.– Redécouverte d’Ophrys pallida Raf. à Constantine (Algérie). (Ophrys pallida Raf. rediscovered in Constantine (Algeria)). L’ORCHIDOPHILE, 227 vol. 51 (4) : p.405-410.
  11. HADDAD (K.), AFOUTNI (L.) & SACI (A.), 2021.– Du Nouveau pour le Liseron de Durando en Algérie. LE COURRIER DE LA NATURE No. 327 (Mars-Avril) : p.22-23.
  12. HADDAD (K.) & BEKKOUCHE (S.), 2021.- Blue-naped Mousebird and Black Scrub Robin at Tamanrasset, Algeria, in 2018-19. DUTCH BIRDING 43 (2) : p.147-149.
  13. HADDAD (K.), ZAÏDI (H.) & KENTAOUI (A.), 2021. - Deuxième observation du Vautour de Rüppell Gyps rueppelli en Algérie [Second observation of Rüppell's Vulture Gyps rueppelli in Algeria]. 4417, ALAUDA, volume 89 (2), p.147-149.
  14. HADDAD (K.), ZAÏDI (H.) & ACHRINI (M.), 2021. - African Crake at Kerzaz, Algeria, in November 2020. DUTCH BIRDING 43 (4) : p.39-40.
  15. HADDAD (K.), BELLATRECHE, (M.), MEBARKI (M. -T.) & AFOUTNI (L.), 2021.- Données nouvelles sur l'aire de répartition du Moineau domestique Passer domesticus en Algérie. (New data on the range of the House Sparrow Passer domesticus in Algeria). 4435, ALAUDA, Volume 89 (4), p.297-300.
  16. HADDAD (K.), VÉLA (E.), CHETIBI (M.) & AFOUTNI (L.), 2021.– Nouvelles observations d’Ophrys de Battandier Ophrys battandieri E.G.Camus (pro hybr.) 1908 en Numidie (Algérie). L’Orchidophile 231 : volume 52 (4) p.357-364.
  17. HADDAD (K.), CHETIBI (M.), AFOUTNI (L.) & FILALI (A.), 2021.- Du nouveau sur les orchidées de Constantine (nord-est d'Algérie), 2021.- J. Eur. Orch. Volume 53 (2-4): p.135–178.
  18. HADDAD (K.) & AFOUTNI (L.), 2022.- New data on range of Sudan Golden Sparrow and African Silverbill in Algeria [Nouvelles données sur l'aire de répartition du Moineau doré et du Capucin bec-d'argent en Algérie]. DUTCH BIRDING 44 (4) : p.293-298.
  19. HADDAD (K.) & AFOUTNI (L.), 2022.- Premier signalement du Pic Goertan Dendropicos goertae en Afrique du Nord. (First record of African grey woodpecker Dendropicos Goertae in North Africa). 4465, Alauda, Volume 90 (3), p.73-76.
  20. As these recent record shows, the southern Western Palearctic extremity in Algeria offers potential for regional vagrants from sub-Saharan Africa p. 10., BIRDWATCH, April 2020.
  21. Łukasz Ławicki & Arnoud B van den Berg. This review lists rare and interesting Western Palearctic birds reported mainly from February to late March 2020. DUTCH BIRDING, 42: 122-137, 2020.
  22. Recent Reports, A flock of more than 20 House Sparrows Passer domesticus was found at Tindouf. BULL. ABC Vol 28 No 1 (2021)-99

After the National Days of Algerian Birdwatchers JNOAA (Journées Nationales des Ornithologues Amateurs Algériens) organized by the AquaCirta Environmental Association (now is: EcoCirta) on 18-19-20 May 2017 in Constantine, an differents resolutions have been put in place. And among them, they noted that it is necessary to archive the observations of everyone in the same database (eBird and iNaturalist are the best solutions) and publish the observations of the amateurs in the form of articles and notes of a scientific nature. Citizen science has allowed to strengthen the strengths a power to achieve more effective results. This project is part of the program of the EcoCirta before. AquaCirta that has been traced for a few years. We hope there will be more participants to complete this work, which consists of a census of all present birds (sedentary, nesting, migratory, accidental and captured) and updating a new list of birds of Algeria. .
All this work inspires us to work much more and be the best despite the maliciousness of the ingrates and the saboteurs who surround us.

email: karim241267@yahoo.fr
Cell. phone, Viber and WhatsApp : +213 657 016 272

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