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  1. Valéry Schollaert

    Acrocephalus, Eastern Turkey, August

    Thank you every one, very helpful. Thank you Ken
  2. Valéry Schollaert

    Acrocephalus, Eastern Turkey, August

    Thanks Andy. For the Sedge Warbler, I thought juvie because of bare gape and little spots on lesser wing coverts. I'm not used of seing Sedge Warbler in fresh plumage... I will read that paper you linked, looks interesting. :t: Well, I'm birding in a accessible place (despite Covid) and cheap...
  3. Valéry Schollaert

    Acrocephalus, Eastern Turkey, August

    Hi all, All photos this month from Van, Turkey. Photo 1 and 2, same bird. Can it be a very worn Moustached Warbler ? Photo 3 : I guess juvie Sedge Warbler Photo 4 : looks to have longer pp and duller rump than fuscus Reed Warbler that are plentyful around at the moment. Can it be a Marsh...
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