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  1. Patrycja

    Common Cranes in winter

    Thank you all!
  2. Patrycja

    Common Cranes in winter

    I am looking for information about Common Cranes wintering in Europe, especially about their habitat in winter. Do some of them stay in wooded swamps then, (in their breeding habitat), or do all of them move to open areas, like fields, lakes or wetlands? I need to read some scientific papers on...
  3. Patrycja

    Male or female Mallard? - Eastern Ontario, Canada

    Males also have yellow bills :)
  4. Patrycja

    Peregrine Falcon?

    Thank you!
  5. Patrycja

    Peregrine Falcon?

    Bird seen today in central Poland. Looks like Peregrine Falcon for me, but I'm not experienced in raptors IDing.
  6. Patrycja

    ID from Poland

    It seems I should buy much better mic and go there once again, thank you for trying to help.
  7. Patrycja

    ID from Poland

    I heard this bird yesterday on wet meadows. Unfortunately, the recording is very quiet. https://drive.google.com/file/d/17BXQW-nQf8L-DHkSZFqmi-Wb02a3K4Oo/view?usp=drivesdk
  8. Patrycja

    January 1st joint Birdforum list (2021 edition)

    My contribution to Europe list: Cloudy and cold weather today in Kampinos Forest, where I live. Birds seen: Black Woodpecker Common Blackbird Common Crane Eurasian Bullfinch Eurasian Jay Eurasian Magpie Eurasian Nuthatch Eurasian Siskin Eurasian Tree Sparrow European Crested Tit European...
  9. Patrycja

    Can’t identify this bird

    Hi. Psittacula krameri. As far as I know these birds do not live there, so it must be an escapee. Try to catch the bird, if it is possible.
  10. Patrycja

    Last bird of 2020 ... and first of 2021

    My first birds were Eurasian Magpies, Yellowhammer (heard) and Eurasian Blackbird (heard). Unfortunately, all the birds were terrified because of fireworks. (Central Poland)
  11. Patrycja

    Hello from Poland

    Hi! I'm Patrycja, I've been interested in birds since early childhood. I go birding whenever I am able to. I live in Poland in a forest area, so I am neighbours with my beloved Woodlarks and Tree Pipits. I like the idea of this forum, it's good when birders communicate also this way, not only by...
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