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Recent content by Parker

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    Sandpiper Cyprus

    The first two are Wood Sandpipers, note the well marker super & spotting on the brown upper parts. The third is a Green Sandpiper, note how much darker the upper parts are compared to the Wood Sand & the lack of distinct spotting.
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    ID please, Tuscany, Italy

    Looks more like Pied Fly to me too for the same reasons as The fern.
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    Please ID - Tarifa, Spain

    It looks like a 1st cy Western black eared wheatear.
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    Merlin ? N. Sweden.

    Yes Merlin.
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    Prey bird ID/ Iran

    Pallid or Montague’s Harrier.
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    Warbler ID - Turkey

    Another for Garden Warbler.
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    Comment by 'Parker' in media 'little stint'

    Isn’t it a Temminck’s stint?
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    little gull ?

    Kittiwake, black patch on back of neck, the nape, rule out Little gull.
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    Pygmy cormorant ? - Poland

    Another for Pygmy cormorant. In one shot the shape of the tail is what you’d expect from a Cormorant species & the short neck, small head & bill fits Pygmy very well.
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    ID please - Sanliurfa Turkey

    I don’t believe you were mistaken Alex you were in the right ballpark.
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    NL Pure 8x32 and NL Pure 10x32!

    With the variety in quality you mention I’d be inclined to refuse to buy them if the didn’t check them for you. Not very good advertisement for Swarovski, it’s like them denying there’s quite a broad range in quality between individual pairs of bins I know they have a brilliant record with...
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    Field work ... hard work!

    Agree with Lou.
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    Field work ... hard work!

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    Field work ... hard work!

    That was supposed to be Serin not Siskin. Brain freeze.