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    Sous Massa NP, Morocco (February) - bird of prey

    Likely species in the area: Western marsh harrier and Long-legged buzzard
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    Multiple birds in Camargue wetlands, France

    Now that I look at it again, it looks so. You mean the upper left bird in the photo, with no black throat ring?
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    Multiple birds in Camargue wetlands, France

    Thank you for your help. Any particular feature I should focus on (not that is much to focus on, with small size of image and all), to notice the difference from Eurasian reed warbler? Almost equal numbers of zitting cisticolas and Eurasian reed warblers have been spotted in Camargue according...
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    Hummingbird--N Mexico

    To me it looks like female ruby-throated hummingbird (Archilochus colubris), which seems to be fairly common on East coast of Mexico.
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    Multiple birds in Camargue wetlands, France

    I'm a beginner, and started my lifelist just 1,5 years ago. I have some tentative identifications of birds in Camargue wetlands, France. Specific location: Pont de Gau Ornithological Park. Date: early October (this year). I will be very grateful for confirmation of my ID, or - where I am wrong...
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    Hello from Poland, 169 species on my lifelist so far

    Hello from Poland, I travel a lot, and I used to take photos of birds whenever I encountered a bird that was near enough. 1,5 years ago I got interested in identifying species and started a life list in eBird from all my travels. I identified birds from photos going back as far as 2013. I...