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Recent content by Dimitris

  1. Dimitris

    Plover Thailand, January

    Lesser Sand Plover.
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    raptors, Thailand, last week

    Juvenile artic Peregrine and Juvenile Oriental Honey Buzzard.
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    Intermediate Egret? Oman

    There's one Great Egret in the intermediate picture set. Though the remainder of the birds on there look good for intermediate.
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    Indian Spotted Eagle? Pakistan

    No dark trailing edge and P7 is too short for an adult/sub adult steppe. So not a steppe. No idea how to id Indian Spotted Eagle so I will go with Clanga sp.
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    Eagle, Thailand January 2018

    Would tentatively go with Juvenile Black Eagle.
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    Raptors / Bagan / Myanmar

    Black-eared Kites
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    Honey Buzzards

    Having been to Georgia I too can confirm that this bird has been indeed shot. Georgians rifles and ammunition is often improvised and birds often 'escape' (to die later?) like this.
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    Australian challenge number 2.

    Female Figbird for me.
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    Australia, NSW, Sandplover, Acanthizidae

    Red caps do not have a collar.
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    Australia, NSW, Sandplover, Acanthizidae

    Plover looks like a female/immature Red-capped to me.
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    Sri Lankan tern selection

    Asian Gull-billed Tern and Whiskered Terns.
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    Eurasian Curlew or Far Eastern Curlew

    Race orinetalis of the Eurasian Curlew can have a very long beak and this is indeed an Eurasian.
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    Common Nightingale or Rusty Tailed Flycatcher?

    Asian Desert Warbler?
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    In Palau. Are they all same species? (stint? sandpiper?)

    All the birds are juveniles and as others have said 1-4 Pec, 5 Sharpie.
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    Phylloscopus ID-Turkey

    I'd go with chiffy too.
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