Warbah is predominantly a large mud-flat. The island has no permanent inhabitants although the government maintains a coastguard post, so all access is strictly controlled with the Coastguard.
According to Gregory, both Warbah and Boubiyan Islands are famous in the ornithological history, having first being visited and studied over 100-years ago. Many Raptors, Waders, Gulls, Terns and terrestrial migrants pass across the islands during migration, whilst many species breed during the summer.
Status of breeding birds is unknown on Warbah, but through on-going surveys in collaboration with the Coastguard, more reliable data will become available.
Invertebrates and Mudskippers species along with Indo-pacific Humpback and Bottlenose Dolphin.
Arrange quarterly surveys to better understand migration and breeding patterns.