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Old Friday 30th April 2004, 16:42   #1
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hello from Danube Delta

hello everybody! just returned from Delta. Have seen lots of birds and butterflies.
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Old Friday 30th April 2004, 16:48   #2
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Hi Callatis,

Welcome to BirdForum! - nice to have someone from Romania.

What birds did you see in the delta, and what do you get around Mangalia (I just looked it up in my atlas, in the southeast close to the Bulgarian border, on the Black Sea coast - should be a great area for birding)

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Old Friday 30th April 2004, 16:57   #3
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Hi Callatis,

Welcome to BirdForum! - nice to have someone from Romania.

What birds did you see in the delta, and what do you get around Mangalia (I just looked it up in my atlas, in the southeast close to the Bulgarian border, on the Black Sea coast - should be a great area for birding)

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i saw pelicans, cormorans, swans,huge pray birds and others. But the most curious was a little green bird, striped with black, which flew out from shallow water when i marched through marshes. of course, i saw the nicest Papilio Machaon...
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Now how on Earth did I miss this thread? Well, better later than never: willkommen. About Your bird I can only say that never ever in my whole life have I seen a green bird, and never will..
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Szia my fierce Hungarian friend.Looking forward to seeing your new work.
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Now how on Earth did I miss this thread? Well, better later than never: willkommen. About Your bird I can only say that never ever in my whole life have I seen a green bird, and never will..
especially when it is striped with black! ain't it, Karwin?
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Bienvenido Callatis! Welcome to BF from Argentina.
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Dear Callatis:

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Old Sunday 21st November 2004, 16:36   #9
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especially when it is striped with black! ain't it, Karwin?
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The black stripes I can see, but not green - now where is there bird
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Old Thursday 2nd December 2004, 11:09   #10
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Dear friends, thanks for the attention i get after so much time. That bird i saw (green/black) could be a species of Callidris.By the way , here were elections and the news are not so happy for younger generations.So, I was a little bit caught with politics and filming, but always looking for BF.
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