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Recent content by alangr

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    Feathers, North East England

    Many thanks!
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    Feathers, North East England

    Saw a group of a few feathers next to a wheat field. any ideas?
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    Juvenile gull - Gran Canaria - Sept 5

    Found at Maspalomas. Think it is Audouin's rather than Lesser-black back?
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    Costa Rica bug ID

    Tracked it down through insect forum as nymph of Giant Mesquite bug - Thasus acutangulas.
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    Costa Rica bug ID

    Hi, Any help on this please? I'm assuming some type of shield bug. Seen outside the hotel Riu Palace Guanacaste, Costa Rica, last January. Thanks!
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    Red-eyed Vireo plus two?, Muyil, Mexico

    Thanks to all. Happy with Red-eyed Vireo and female Scarlet Tanager. Both Scrub and Yellow-throated Euphonia were around so female Scrub a definite possibility?
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    Red-eyed Vireo plus two?, Muyil, Mexico

    Thanks - I think the other two are tanagers - but not sure which.
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    Red-eyed Vireo plus two?, Muyil, Mexico

    Took shot of vireo but then noticed two more birds at edge of shot (enlarged). Maybe Summer Tanager for one?
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    Gull in Yucatan, Mexico

    On the beach and very confiding. Dwarfs the Laughing Gulls. Help!
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    Passerines in Sommieres, France

    OK - woodpeckers are not Passeriformes. I was taking shots from a track behind a hedge with the birds on the far side of a field. Obviously, I didn't want to disturb them. Thanks for ID's in spite of quality!
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    Passerines in Sommieres, France

    passerine 6 last one
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    Passerines in Sommieres, France

    Found all these in one strip of bare trees really out of range of my optics. In addition to Oriole, Bee-eater and Roller (not shown) we have: 1 ? 2 lesser spotted woodpecker f? 3 green woodpecker f? 4 ? 5 ? 6 melodious warbler?
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    Treecreeper in Sommiere, France

    Yes, that's the spot. Many thanks.
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    Treecreeper in Sommiere, France

    Short-toed or regular?
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