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Old Sunday 29th May 2011, 09:35   #1
stonechat1
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Wink Bee - Eaters

Hence itīs impossible to answer in the other thread were a birder is seeking help ( I know itīs old) I allow me to post here a image were I marked the quarry near Weiden am See, Burgenland. Those birds are amazing, love them
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Old Friday 12th August 2011, 16:09   #2
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Very good, thank You.

Please mark also the please for Imperial Eagle ( I have never seen ).
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Old Friday 12th August 2011, 22:33   #3
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Stonechat.

I first watched Bee-Eaters in Weiden in the late 1970's and I have seen them since, possibly thousands of times. But this was the first time that I had seen them and something I shall never forget and like many birders no matter how many times I see them. They are always special and amazing.

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