This video from Morocco says about itself:
This is the eastern edge of the trip at the Erg Chebbi dunes of the Sahara, only a few miles from the Algerian border. The video shows scenes in and around a Bedouin camp. Birds shown are 1st-year White-crowned Wheatear (Oenanthe leucopyga), Desert Sparrow (Passer simplex), and Cream-colored Courser (Cursorius cursor). The Wheatear shifted between exposed perches and the shade of the Bedouin tents. There was little boy playing as I filmed the singing Desert Sparrow. A Courser scampered across the dunes in classic style, followed moments later by caravan of Arabian Camels (Dromedary) and, some steps behind, a local camel driver.
From Day 4 of the Morocco trip with Bird ID, March 5-14, 2016
23 December 2010.
After yesterday, today to the Erg Chebbi sandy desert.
A juvenile white-crowned wheatear on a building.
Brown-necked raven flying.
Then, a hoopoe lark.
This video is called Singing [Greater] Hoopoe Lark at Bir Sultane (Pipeline Road), Tunisia.
A flock of crowned sandgrouse flying.
Then, a rare desert bird: an eastern crowned wheatear.
A common bulbul at an oasis.
A small bit of water. A frog moving away quickly.
A group of trumpeter finches.
Under a shrub, one of few places where is shade, sits a pharaoh eagle owl.
Later, a great grey shrike in one of the few trees.
Birds around Merzouga: here.