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Recent content by Jaysan

  1. Two interests in one

    Two interests in one

    So glad that this Jay was not the skittish kind. It was hopping about feeding on the tree and was not in the least bothered that I was around. Later I noticed its wing bars. For the first time I noticed that it looked like the bands you see after gel electrophoresis. What better combination for...
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    Comment by 'Jaysan' in media '10aes.jpg'

    Oh Wow! They are smart. Never seen one. Thanks for sharing Simon and Sue.
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    Comment by 'Jaysan' in media 'Lesser Whistling Duck'

    Whistling and walking on water. Nice combo Shantilal.
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    Comment by 'Jaysan' in media 'Buff-banded Rail'

    Lovely detail of this smart bird Ken.
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    Comment by 'Jaysan' in media 'Theater ...'

    Love the setting. Great capture Alok.
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    Comment by 'Jaysan' in media 'Pheasant Coucal'

    Thats a stunning bird Thuor. Great capture.
  7. Eat your veggies. No I wont!

    Eat your veggies. No I wont!

    Guess banyan figs are not on its to-eat list... Its been over 2 years since we went home. These photographs help in so many ways.
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    Comment by 'Jaysan' in media 'Metallic Starlings'

    What red eyes you have starling... Great shot Ken.
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    Goshawk or a sparrowhawk, Scotland, UK

    Cheers Sangahyando and Rotherbird.
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    Goshawk or a sparrowhawk, Scotland, UK

    Thank you. Where can we find some info on barring on secondaries?
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    Comment by 'Jaysan' in media 'At last'

    Lovely capture Delia. Not many sparrows around the feeder now. They have all fledged.
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    Wader ID please. Musselburgh, Scotland

    There were 4 of these birds feeding in the scrapes. Quite active birds. Thought the shape was that of a sandpiper. Could it be an adult Knot? I have cropped the image with a black headed gull for size comparison. Thanks for your help. Jaysan.
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    Comment by 'Jaysan' in media 'herring gull'

    Lovely shot. And another thirsty bird Prestdj.
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    Goshawk or a sparrowhawk, Scotland, UK

    Apologies for the quality of images. Saw this bird flying around noon near Doune. Thought it looked too large for a sparrowhawk (but could be a female). Am I imagining the black hood and the heavy hip? The wing beats were definitely not "as fast as a pigeon". I heard that there are goshawks in...
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