This is a small island to the south of Bubiyan and is devoid of any life other than an lighthouse. It shares similar geology to Failaka with medium to coarse sand in shore with coral reefs present at particular depths. During his visit in 1918, James Silk Buckingham mentioned the island as ‘Motion’ which with localisation became Miskan.
Populations of Indo-pacific Humpback and Bottlenose Dolphins occur around the island as well as unconfirmed reports of Spinner Dolphin.
Consider quarterly surveys to assess avian diversity.