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  1. J

    Very Pale Peregrine or Subspecies?

    Thanks Tom , thought the moult might mean something.
  2. J

    Very Pale Peregrine or Subspecies?

    Can anyone ID this Peregrine plumage variation, pretty sure bird is Juvenile and signs of moult, pics were taken Sept 2020 in Herefordshire England bird was flying into cross light but still looked very much paler than usual Juvenile is it partial albino or possible F.p. calidus [Northern...
  3. J

    Long shot photos, Israel

    First bird is a Raptor possible falcon but long tailed species or harrier ie; Montague's slimness or suggestion of Booted Eagle rear view . second bird could be some finch species , last bird is def Little Owl try enhancing Raptor shot in Photo shop type programme could help get better image
  4. J

    Kestrels in Spain ID Confirm please

    Can any one positive id these male and female Kestrels taken in Spain April 2016 breeding in apartment block nr the Duqessa hills Costa Del Sol Spain Birds were regular but other Kestrels were passing by so unsure if i was photographing same breeding pair all the time or not had them down as...
  5. J

    unsure Eagle Species plumage phase ?

    Thanks all, had suspicion might be honey buzzard just not sure which form as have not seen one with such variable plumage but tail shape did stick in mind. Only pic i got of that individual.
  6. J

    unsure Eagle Species plumage phase ?

    Can any one help with id of this raptor, taken in Sept 2015 it was an out take from my collection hence sorry for poor Quality but have looked at again and not sure of species and age it was in Spain at Duqessa Nr Gibraltar at Raptor peak migration lots of Booted Eagle, Honey Buzzard, Short toed...
  7. J

    Sparrowhawk? Spain

    Goshawk Yes
  8. J

    Buzzard - Bulgaria

    Yes Honey Buzzard looks like possible Juvenile
  9. J

    California bird of prey

    Turkey Vulture Yes
  10. J

    which species of falcon?

    100 per cent female Merlin
  11. J

    Mystery Falcon Spain LANNER or ELEONORA'S

    I photographed this falcon in Spain on September 3rd 2016 location was Duqessa Costa del Sol Southern Spain i new it was not Peregrine as photographed that species from exact same location a few months before and not Hobby as have many pics of Hobby in all plumage stages from UK. I had some...
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