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  1. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    Rufous-tailed Jacamar , Colombia. Not a great shot, but the only Jacamar I've seen to date so happy regardless.
  2. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    Following Delias Brown Honeyeater with a Cape Petrel (Kiakoura, New Zealand)
  3. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    I had a Z but was too slow off the mark. Next round ;) I like threads like these because you get to learn new stuff. I feel that if we can have english common names and scientific (greco-latin) then why not spanish?
  4. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    Inca Tern
  5. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    Long-wattled Umbrellabird in the remarkable San Cipriano reserve on the Pacific Coast of Colombia. Only spent two half days and a night there, should have been at least 3 days in hindsight!
  6. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    Looks better for a female (or immature) Rufous Whistler. Sorry , I'm turning ABC into Aussie BirdID Clinic 😳
  7. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    You must have seen Brown TB elsewhere @delia todd ? That's the commonest urban Thornbill in much of temperate Oz. I'm lucky enough to have both as daily visitors in my new backyard since we moved somewhere only half a mile or so from the edge of a large state park :)
  8. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    Not quite sure how to respond to that 😐
  9. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    @delia todd this is a Striated Thornbill. It's a bit soggy which may have confused people but you can see the fine striations on its crown and cheeks. Brown Thornbill would have the 'scalloped' edges running across the crown rather than along it.
  10. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    No it's not :)
  11. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    Brown Quail
  12. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    Kentish Plover. Not in Kent.
  13. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    I'd be embarrassed to add it to the Gallery @delia todd ! Especially having looked at the excellent pictures of this species already there :oops:
  14. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    Hooded Antpitta. A highlight from Colombia (forgive the shocking blurry picture it was in the dark undergrowth in the forest!)
  15. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    Another from Colombia, endangered Cauca Guan
  16. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    Azara's Spinetail
  17. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    Saffron-crowned Tanager Tangara xanthocephala
  18. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    I had an N ready to go and Delia beat me to the trigger! So here is an O, Ornate Flycatcher hiding behind a leaf...
  19. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    Little Grassbird - often heard, seldom seen!
  20. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    Japanese Thrush Not in Japan (this one was in Vietnam)
  21. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    Sticking with the hummer theme, Booted Racket-tail Ocreatus underwoodii
  22. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    Are we stuck on T as the replay is void, or onto U @delia todd ?
  23. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    I see your Ruby-throated and raise you a Sword-billed @KC Foggin :)
  24. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    Golden-headed Quetzal, Colombia
  25. mjh73

    ABC Birds

    Narrow-billed Woodcreeper, Argentina
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