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Recent content by Jean FRANCOIS

  1. Jean FRANCOIS

    Hummingbird from Costa Rica ?

    With black on throat and ear-coverts and white at the end of the tail ?? Friendly Jean FRANCOIS
  2. Jean FRANCOIS

    Possible Widowbird from Kenya.

    Hello From the perspective of a E. orix, i'm surprised by the respective size of the tail and undertail covers. Wouldn't the latter have their normal size? Friendly Jean
  3. Jean FRANCOIS

    Warbler ID, South Korea (Eocheong Island), 9/10/21

    Borealoides and examinandus are still quite different in appearance and Korea is rather off their roads, especially for borealoides. Borealis is by far the most likely.
  4. Jean FRANCOIS

    Sparrowhawk ID from behind, South Korea (Eocheong Island),

    Japanese Sparrowhawk i think. Friendly.
  5. Jean FRANCOIS

    Warbler ID, South Korea (Eocheong Island), 9/10/21

    Arctic seems the right option. Friendly.
  6. Jean FRANCOIS

    Heligoland, Northern Germany, 11.10.2021

    Meadow Pipit. Kind regards. Jean
  7. Jean FRANCOIS

    Espanola, Ontario, Canada

    two juveniles
  8. Jean FRANCOIS

    Ethiopia -- Long-legged Buzzard?

    Mountain Buzzard maybe.
  9. Jean FRANCOIS

    Pipit ID from Pakistan

    Red-throated Pipit for me also.
  10. Jean FRANCOIS

    Espanola, Ontario, Canada

    Dark-eyed Junco juvenile i think.
  11. Jean FRANCOIS

    What kind of sparrow? Meadowlands, NJ

    Song Sparrow i think. What else ? Jean
  12. Jean FRANCOIS

    Id help French Atlantic Coast

    Thank you all. So I'm left with an aberrant Dunnock. Jean
  13. Jean FRANCOIS

    Id help French Atlantic Coast

    A second photo. I had thought of a aberrant dunnock, but the beak seemed to me to exclude it. I believe that we will have to stick to this solution. Thank you all.
  14. Jean FRANCOIS

    Id help French Atlantic Coast

    Hello Can't put a name on this bird observed in Loire atlantique mid-June. It seems to me that it is not a European bird. Any idea ? Thank you.
  15. Jean FRANCOIS

    Common or Honey ?

    A big thank you to all for your argued opinions. And what unanimity! Jean
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