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    Wrynecks in Scotland

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bg8gZouvVzM&feature=youtube_gdata_player Not found by me (although I have found singing Wryneck in the Highlands in the past) but I thought this deserved more than six views! Just shows what's lurking undetected up there.
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    Which Wood-Pewee, Costa Rica.

    On bill colour this looks like Western but the wingbars seem rather distinct-are there any reliable features for telling these two apart? The books are a bit vague. Did not call.
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    Costa Rica tracks.

    Anyone got any idea what these are? My first thought was ocelot but the pads look a bit small. Found on the Nicoya Peninsula not far from Samara-the lighter is 8cm long. Cheers, Alex
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    Seawatching on the pacific coast?!

    Hi All, I'm going to be moving to the Nicoya peninsula from the UK in early April (Playa Islita, just south of Samara) and although I'm aware of pelagic trips recording a good range of seabirds offshore I haven't found any info on land based observations. Has anybody tried this or is it a waste...
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    Nikon fit sigma 170-500mm-usable with a DSLR?

    Hi guys, I bought a sigma 170-500mm lens second-hand in 2003 which I used with a Nikon film SLR, after a couple of years, however, I switched to digiscoping and this lens has remained in my mothers attic ever since. What I would like to know is whether this lens would be usable with a Nikon...
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    Moth ID, Sutherland.

    I'm torn between Clouded-bordered Brindle and Light Brocade (could be neither!), any help much appreciated, found dead in Lairg, Sutherland. Cheers, Alex
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    Sutherland Seawatching

    Hi All, I know we’re only just creeping in to summer but I’m already starting to weigh up my options for seawatching this autumn. I recently moved to Lairg in Sutherland, Lairg is fairly well situated to be able to reach the north, east and west coasts so I figure gales from most directions...
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