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Recent content by djw0208

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    Flying Waders - Essex UK

    Many Thanks.
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    Flying Waders - Essex UK

    Hi - I saw these waders in flight and am not sure what they are. Are they Dunlin? What are the diagnostics that identify them?
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    Brambling? - Essex UK

    Many thanks for the confirmation
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    Brambling? - Essex UK

    Hi - looking for confirmation that this is a Brambling please. I'm fairly certain it is, but this is a lifer for me, so want to be absolutely sure! Many Thanks
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    Raven or Crow, Essex UK

    I'm thinking Raven due to size of beak and throat feathers but didn't seem so large, so could just be a scrawny crow? Interesting brownish wing feathers in third photo?
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    Willow Warbler? - Cuckmere Sussex UK

    Hi - yes - it was today. 9th October
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    Willow Warbler? - Cuckmere Sussex UK

    Is this a Willow Warbler please. I thought I heard it singing and it sounded more melodious than a chiffchaff, but I could have been mistaken. I'm not sure whether the legs are the right colour for willow warbler?
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    Bee ID - Essex UK

    Hi, I'm struggling to identify this Bee? Can anyone help please?
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    ID Please - Ashdown Forest UK - August

    Can anyone ID these please? Ashdown Forest UK at the edge of a ditch.
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    Waders - Essex UK

    Yes, sorry they were at a bit of a distance so had to blow the photos up. Thanks for the good advice. Waders get me every time.
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    Waders - Essex UK

    Ah okay, they were darker backed than greenshank I am used to seeing and the legs were yellower. (and I convinced myself the bills were shorter !!) Are they juvenile?
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    Waders - Essex UK

    Hi, I'm not sure what these are but think they might be Knot, but they are not in the usual summer or winter plumage? Could anyone confirm please?
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    Warbler - Ashdown Forest Sussex UK

    Hi, Could you confirm this is a young Willow Warbler please? Much yellower than other Willow Warblers I have seen. Many Thanks
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