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  1. Mark Lew1s

    IDs please RSPB Ham Wall, UK.

    But on picture 4 we can clearly see that the bird has very long undertail coverts. I don’t think that foreshortening could make the undertail coverts long and the tail short at the same time
  2. Mark Lew1s

    IDs please RSPB Ham Wall, UK.

    I think both birds in number 4 are Reed warbler. The top bird has very long undertail coverts and a short tail for a whitethroat
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