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Recent content by jmmorton

  1. J

    Norfolk birding

    Thanks - all good advice, cheers!
  2. J

    Norfolk birding

    Anyone know of any sites in Norfolk to see Rock Pipit please? Would be nice for the year list and not going to get the chance now to go North (Northumberland etc) or South coast where I've seen them regularly before. Don't recall seeing one in Norfolk before. Thanks Jonno
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    Stubbs Mill raptor roost

    I agree with "winter" having been several times. Best chance of the cranes coming in together though often just as the light goes altogether. Many Marsh Harrier plus chance of other stuff. Barn Owl and Woodcock are regular. Park in the Hickling Broad Visitor Centre car park and walk down...
  4. J

    What bird is this?

    More than more than likely. Great Tits have a huge repertoire of songs and calls yet still sound like a Great Tit...
  5. J

    Water bird (Central Spain) #2

    My guess (and it is only a guess) would be Common Snipe, just based on the flight profile and long bill
  6. J

    Water bird (Central Spain) #1

    They all look like Green Sandpipers
  7. J

    White face, black lines down from eyes (Ottawa)

    American Kestrel was my first thought too.
  8. J

    Marsh or Willow?

    Thanks all, Marsh it is! That is a garden tick for me :t:
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    Marsh or Willow?

    I put this on the UK Bird Identification page on Facebook yesterday and got a mixed response. I wondered what you guys think? Thanks, Jonno A brief visitor to the garden today, just long enough for me to grab my camera. Never had Marsh Tit before in the garden and used to have up to 4 Willow...
  10. J

    Eagle in Mallorca

    I think it is really hard to tell on those images but my first impression was actually Osprey.
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    Warbler - Texas Oct 2019

    Thanks Birdbrain22 :t:
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    Warbler - Texas Oct 2019

    I saw and photographed this warbler in Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley State Park, Texas, on 8th October 2019. Just reviewing my photos and and I'm no longer sure what it is. Pics have been cropped and lightened. Any ideas please? Thanks Jonno ...
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    Sparrow - Hornsby Bend Texas

    Thank you both
  14. J

    Sparrow - Hornsby Bend Texas

    Hi All, can anyone please confirm the identity of this sparrow seen at Hornsby Bend, nr Austin, Texas on 17th October 2019? Pictures are not great. Thanks in Advance Jonno
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    Texas in the Fall

    Thank you all for your responses, especially Colton and apologies for the delayed acknowldgement. You provide some fantastic and invaluable information. In light of the recent storms and floods in the Houston area, we have changed our plans for the first 6 days and are now heading down to...
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