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    Your Most Recent "Life" Bird

    Last of a handful from a quick holiday: broad-winged hawk in St Vincent.
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    Grey-backed passerine, Roseau, Dominica, 10 December

    Yes, I thought there was yellow there as well. There were plenty of grey kingbirds around elsewhere but they did not sit like that, they were sort of bolder.
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    Grey-backed passerine, Roseau, Dominica, 10 December

    Got from a coach, when really looking at the ostensibly headless dove on the right, but I'm more confused about the little chap on the left...
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    Crowpie

    Leucistic carrion crow flying over Keeper's Pool in Sutton Park.
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    Sutton Park

    Goosanders are back at Keeper's Pool - this time an actual flock of them, and this time several males as well as females - I've only seen one male before. Also half-a-dozen cormorants in Blackroot, highest number I've seen.
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    Your Most Recent "Life" Bird

    Standing on a boom with some black-headed gulls...common gull. Could be the most mundane entry on this thread...
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    Laughing gull?, Flores, Guatemala, November 2014

    Going through old pics I noticed this rather poor one, but enough to show a white tail underside with black tips. I assume a gull but not a big one.
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    Casuarius unappendiculatus doggetti Rothschild, 1904

    Oh No It's Frederick Doggett!
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    Question: biggest genus?

    Thanks everyone. So Zosterops looks like the winner and I've never seen any. That gives me an ambition. :)
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    Question: biggest genus?

    Noticed that I think I have seen ten Corvus and ten Turdus. So I wondered which genus has the most species? I know this is a moving target but would be interested on the general views. Larus perhaps? I tried googling but it kept giving me e.g. elephant birds...
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    Songbird, Stenness, Shetland, July 2011

    Going through some old pics I found this one which I had not noticed before - grey head, rufous back, pale underneath. Sort of wheatear mask but looks too fat to be one of them. Grateful for any ideas.
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    Your Most Recent "Life" Bird

    First one this year? Lockdown obviously hitting hard. Pied flycatcher at Malham Tarn in Yorkshire.
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    Birmingham City Centre

    They're also plentiful in the suburbs when the weather turns better, they seem to hide in winter.
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