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    Wildflower ID West Midlands UK

    Hi Can anyone help id this small white flower seen in the West Midlands. It was on a track next to a copse. Unfortunately didn't think to photograph the leaves.
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    Damselfly ID West Midlands UK.

    Hi Could someone help id these 2 damselflies seen yesterday in West Mids. I know ones either a female Banded or Beautiful Demoiselle but not sure which (only the single shot I'm afraid). Thanks in advance for any help.
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    Moth id West Midlands

    Hi New to mothing & am struggling with this, what I think is a Carpet sp.
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    Damselfly id West Midlands UK

    Hi Could anyone help id this damselfly seen today at a nature reserve in the West Midlands. Think it may be a female Red-eyed damselfy but far from certain.
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    Gull id West Midlands UK

    Hi, can anyone help identify this gull?
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    Pug species

    Hi Could anyone help id this Pug? Thanks Paul
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    Pug species

    Could anyone help id this Pug caught last night? Thanks Paul
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    Redpoll ID, West Midlands, UK

    Looking back through old pics found these taken in the garden from Feb 2014. Two of the redpolls present are noticeably larger and paler than the more typical lessers. Guessing they are Mealy/Common but would appreciate any feedback. Thanks
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    Lizard id, North Yorks, UK

    Hi Saw this lizard last week at Malham Tarn. I am guessing it's a very green Common Lizard?
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    Harrier id, Norfolk, UK

    Hi Saw this ringtail Harrier at Burnham Overy Dunes on 08/05/18. Thinking maybe Montagus or even Pallid? Appreciate quality of pic maybe insufficient for a definite id but would appreciate any feedback. Thanks
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    Redpoll id West Midlands, UK

    Hi This bird was photographed in my garden earlier this month. It appeared slightly larger and paler than the other more typical Lesser Redpolls present. Could anybody confirm whether this is a Mealy/Common Redpoll?
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