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    Oriental Honey Buzzard? S Thailand help pls

    And I am certainly guilty of focusing on plummage so the comments about structure are very helpful steve
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    Oriental Honey Buzzard? S Thailand help pls

    Thank you Deb and Graham for the rather extensive discussion. Very much appreciated. I hope to see more OHB but I also hope to see other raptors so being able to look for the differing characteristics is critical for proper ID. This discussion provides lots of info to study and hopefully apply...
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    Oriental Honey Buzzard? S Thailand help pls

    Thanks njlarsen. That is helpful as I will look at more photos of those two now, in hopes of mitigating any future confusion. steve
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    Oriental Honey Buzzard? S Thailand help pls

    thanks for all that info Deb. I find raptors especially confusing in that they all look very similar. much appreciated steve
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    Oriental Honey Buzzard? S Thailand help pls

    Thank you, much appreciated. If I may ask, is there another raptor that it could possibly be and if so which one(s)? thank you again steve
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    Oriental Honey Buzzard? S Thailand help pls

    Hi, I believe this photo, taken at about 10 am on Jan 30, 2020 in Southern Thailand, shows an Oriental Honey Buzzard. I am basing that on the tail pattern as well as the body and wing pattern, but primarily the tail pattern. I did note it has only 5 "fingers" but I am assuming that is because of...
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