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bassel Monday 20th April 2020 07:00

Blyth's reed or Caspian reed warbler , west Kazakhstan 19/04/2020 .
 
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Dear All

Please let me have also thoughts on this bird also . Found at the same location as the previous birds in first thread . It looks Caspian reed but still not much convinced on PP length .

CARERY Monday 20th April 2020 21:25

As in the other thread it looks like a Paddyfield Warbler - with an admittedly rather short supercilium...

lou salomon Monday 20th April 2020 21:44

agree on paddyfield warbler. the dark crown contrasting with the pale supercillium is a good pointer.

andyb39 Tuesday 21st April 2020 01:46

I think all these birds are Paddyfield, Bassel. By the way, Blyth's Reed doesn't really frequent reedbeds despite its name.

bassel Tuesday 21st April 2020 02:40

Thanks to you all for your inputs and assistance . Appreciated


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