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Recent content by ignicapilla

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    Minsmere, England

    Dunnock and common redstart
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    Birds of Prey - Help needed to Identify

    After brightening the image it does really look like a buzzard.
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    Rescued baby bird in Modesto, California. Species and feeding recommendations?

    Would it be possible to bring it back to where it was? Unless it is injured, it seems to be at the age at which it should be outside of it's nest with it's parents (espically if it can almost fly).
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    Comment by 'ignicapilla' in media 'House Martin'

    Awesome flight shot of this martin!
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    Comment by 'ignicapilla' in media 'FH3I1471.jpg'

    Awesome shot of this kesterel with a mouse!
  6. Water pipit

    Water pipit

    Water pipit perched on a rock singing
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    Bird ID - taken on South Downs Way near Storrington, Sussex UK. Sunday 18th June

    I'm 99% sure it's a corn bunting, as the stripes on it's body, beak, body shape etc match a corn bunting. If you could send the original file that would be helpful to be 100% sure, but otherwise it's still pretty clear that it's a corn bunting.
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    Marsh or willow tit

    A feature that makes marsh tits and willow tits easier to differentiate is this brown line towards the back of the "cheek" visible in marsh tit, while a willow tit would have its entire cheek white (like the one in the image sent by Paul).
  9. Eurasian coot juvenile

    Eurasian coot juvenile

    Eurasian coot juvenile close-up (profile)
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    Comment by 'ignicapilla' in media 'Black & Yellow Broadbill'

    Wonderful image of this beautiful bird!
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    Urgent ID help please. Near Cluj Napoca, Romania

    It's very sad to hear what these people have done. If it's bee-eaters the act was very likely done by some beekeepers. Did you contact authorities? What they did is not normal.
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    Is this a leucistic magpie or blackbird?

    Isnt the official name rosy starling? Either way, awesome observation, I'm a bit jealous!
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    Comment by 'ignicapilla' in media 'Goldcrests mating'

    Awesome image! For a second I thought the one on top was a firecrest.
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    Comment by 'ignicapilla' in media 'Bee-eater'

    Wonderful well-detailed image of these two bee-eaters!
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    Avian misnomers

    Indigo bunting - much closer to blue than indigo Goldcrest and Firecrest - pretty much the same colored crest
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