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    Another heron. Dominican Republic.

    I see! Sorry for the misunderstanding! No, they seemed like single individuals, perching on mangrove on the banks of a river.
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    Another heron. Dominican Republic.

    No, they weren't. Different locations.
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    Another heron. Dominican Republic.

    No, Butty. They were apart.
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    Another heron. Dominican Republic.

    Thank you, The Fern! Sorry for my clumsiness, this being my first birdwatching experience across the pond. I guess the Reddish Egret with its shaggier neck would be this other one (no 2), wouldn't it?
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    Another heron. Dominican Republic.

    This white heron with its black bill and lores doesn't fit with any pictures in my Helm guidebook. What is it? Thanks! Edited: A juvenile little blue heron, perhaps?
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    Heron. Dominican Republic

    Thanks, Niels and Butty. Indeed, its plain plumage lacks spots or streaks. That's what made me doubt. I don't remember ever seeing a European BCNH look like that.
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    Heron. Dominican Republic

    This heron puzzles me. What is it? Thank you!
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    More Terns. Punta Cana, DR

    Thanks, again, Butty!
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    More Terns. Punta Cana, DR

    These distant pictures were taken in Laguna Bávaro lagoon last week. Pic 1 seems like a Least Tern? Pic 2 ,3, and 4 are likely the same tern (not 100% sure, though) but I don't know what they might be. Thanks!
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    Royal Tern? Punta Cana, DR

    Thank you, Steve, Microtus and Butty! Just for comparison, this third picture is from a different bird in Punta Cana, clearly showing a Royal Tern revealing a thicker yellowisher bill, am I mistaken?
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    Royal Tern? Punta Cana, DR

    Royal Terns abounded there, but this particular one seems to have a reddish bill, rather that the typical yellow one found in Royal Terns. What do you think? Thanks!
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    Southwest Ethiopia. Flycatchers?

    Thank you, Butty!
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    Southwest Ethiopia. Flycatchers?

    Pictures taken in August 2019, south of Omo NP,, two different locations. What do you think? Pale/ African Grey Flycatchers? Thank you in advance!
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    Ethiopia, Omo NP. White-browed coucal?

    Thank you, Carery!
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    Ethiopia, Omo NP. White-browed coucal?

    Is this an immature WBC? Given that their ranges overlap, could it not be a Senegal coucal? Thanks!
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    SW Ethiopia. Immature flycatcher.

    This is a tough one. Picture taken in the summer at Omo NP, roughly 500 meters altitude. Can it be an African Grey Flycatcher? Thank you!
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    SW Ethiopian Sunbird.

    Thank you, Andy and Butty! Another one to add to my UFO list.
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    SW Ethiopian Sunbird.

    Near Omo National Park. I have my doubts swinging between female Scarlet-Chested and Hunter's Sunbird. Any thoughts? Thank you!
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    Spectacled Warbler? Central Spain

    Thank you, Ernest and Ken!
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    Spectacled Warbler? Central Spain

    Hello, Is this a Spectacled? This is the sole photo I got, I'm afraid. Thanks in advance!
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    Eleonora's Falcon? Central Spain, Castilla-La Mancha

    Thank you all guys. A most interesting set of replies!
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    Eleonora's Falcon? Central Spain, Castilla-La Mancha

    Oups! Thanks, Tom. My unteempth falcon-kestrel confusion.
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    Eleonora's Falcon? Central Spain, Castilla-La Mancha

    Do you agree this is a EF rather than a peregrine? It seems to be so, but I'm not sure that the distinctive darkness in underwing-coverts is real or it might be caused by shade. Eleanora Falcons do occur in the area. Thank you in advance!
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    Black vulture? Madrid

    Thanks, Tom!
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    Black vulture? Madrid

    This one absolutely looks like a Black Vulture but isn't its tail strikingly long for a BV? Thanks!
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