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Old Thursday 14th April 2005, 18:09   #1
T. Keith Bruce
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breeding plumage?

Nope I can't find this one in my books, colourful plumage, nesting in gorse, single churup sound, size approx starling. many thanks for any help.

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oops, almost forgot NE Scotland farmland coastal.


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Old Thursday 14th April 2005, 18:10   #2
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Hi Keith,

That's a fine Yellowhammer. Beautiful bird!

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Old Thursday 14th April 2005, 18:16   #3
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I'll go along with that,Yellowhammer.
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Old Thursday 14th April 2005, 18:20   #4
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Yup, got it, now that I've looked elsewhere for pics, but what a diference from what they have in the books i.e. collins, rspb, hamlyn. My grateful thanks guys.
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Old Thursday 14th April 2005, 18:38   #5
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Nice Bluethroat, wonder where I've seen that!
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Old Thursday 14th April 2005, 18:47   #6
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Fen hide, Strathbeg and the P & J LOL
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Old Thursday 14th April 2005, 18:57   #7
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Beautiful yellowhammer.
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