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  1. J

    ABC Birds

    Back to pre-digital days again: phone pic of print of pic I took in Venezuela in 2006 (usual apologies for pic quality offered). Russet-backed Oropendola
  2. J

    ABC Birds

    Little Gull (best I can do)
  3. J

    ABC Birds

    Can I leave it open, Delia - if someone else has a photo of either Chilean or Andean (or indeed James's), then let them use it and this pic can be assigned to cover the other then, perhaps? ;) (We're all running out of pics for most letters by now, so if I jump one way or the other I might be...
  4. J

    ABC Birds

    Flamingo (take your pick which one - there are Chilean and Andean in this pic I took at Los Pozuelos in NW Argentina, possibly James's too - saw all 3 there that morning)
  5. J

    ABC Birds

    Dug out some old pre-digital pics and found this. King Vulture
  6. J

    ABC Birds

    A belated Merry Christmas, Delia - I think SA is trying to discreetly point out that you used Eurasian Treecreeper for E in this round. Still, it's an ill wind... I can jump in and finally play one of the Ts I have left. Tooth-billed Bowerbird
  7. J

    ABC Birds

    Tengmalm's Owl
  8. J

    ABC Birds

    At last a letter I have something for... Melodious Warbler
  9. J

    ABC Birds

    OK, rubbish pic, but they are indeed... Bernier's Teal
  10. J

    ABC Birds

    Makes sense if it allows us to keep going (for a while at least). So we're back to A, then. Austral Parakeet
  11. J

    ABC Birds

    OK, I've missed some letters (again!) where I have something to add, so I'll use my turn to pass on X. Hope someone's got a Y or a Z - I can join in again on A.
  12. J

    ABC Birds

    Anyone got any Qs left?
  13. J

    ABC Birds

    Northern Bald Ibis
  14. J

    ABC Birds

    Brown Noddy
  15. J

    ABC Birds

    Nor me. OK to skip on to Y then? If so, here's one: Yellow-browed Warbler (in the hand at Portland Bird Observatory, Dorset)
  16. J

    ABC Birds

    Surprised this one hasn't gone already too - White-faced Whistling Duck
  17. J

    ABC Birds

    Looks like we're stuck on X again (unsurprisingly). Anyone got one to play?
  18. J

    ABC Birds

    Lovely, Delia. At last I get to play S, so here is a good one from Madagascar: Short-legged Ground Roller
  19. J

    ABC Birds

    Go on then - another taken in Queensland that I don't think has been played already. Australian Bustard (a wild bird, the barbed wire fence was just in the way)
  20. J

    ABC Birds

    Anyone got any Qs left?
  21. J

    ABC Birds

    Best I can do is another Owl - this time Great Grey Owl, somewhere in a Finnish forest
  22. J

    ABC Birds

    Upland Goose
  23. J

    ABC Birds

    OK, I'll take up the reins. Here's an R not already played, also taken in Queensland (in the middle of Cairns, in fact), and another most rubbish pic contender: Rufous Owl
  24. J

    ABC Birds

    Yeah, that's happened to me too, Delia, or I've been waiting for letters to come up that I've got something for, only to find that we've whizzed past them. Anyway, surprised this hasn't gone already, but... Pine Grosbeak
  25. J

    ABC Birds

    Mourning Sierra-Finch, NW Argentina
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