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Recent content by John Tindale

  1. J

    Unusual calling coming from backyard near my school, Eltham UK

    Great/Coal/Blue Tit would all be likely candidates.
  2. J

    Amazon advert, London?

    They look like domestic canaries to me.
  3. J

    Corvid ID - Dublin

    Raven comes to mind with that bill. However, it should be massive compared to those Jackdoors!
  4. J

    any id suggestions for these calls, bird unseen - thanks

    My rule is that if I don't recognize a call it's almost certainly a Great Tit!
  5. J

    Raven ? N. Sweden

    Shape of the tail is the giveaway here.
  6. J

    Night bird call UK

    Sounds like a game bird.
  7. J

    Tern ID #2. N. Sweden.

    Dark tip onthe bill would suggest Common.
  8. J

    Could you please identify this bird?

    Could it be some kind of Mynah. Plumage very dark for juv Starling.
  9. J

    Unusual Bird Song - North East Scotland

    Sounds good for Greenfinch to my ears. Colouration from the photo would fit too.
  10. J

    Warbler, Sussex UK

    Garden Warbler?
  11. J

    Unfamiliar wader. Isle of Arran. UK

    Never seen them in summer. Thought it was something I hadn't seen before. Thanks for the swift replies.
  12. J

    Unusual bird and song, please help with ID - Scaling Dam, North Yorkshire, England

    I would suggest the whistle call was a Nuthatch.
  13. J

    ID from Poland

    Even with my volume turned up full I couldn't distinguish anything from the recording!