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  1. Sherpa

    Bird ID - Sri Lanka

    Yes, both are Barn Swallows
  2. Sherpa

    Bird ID - Sri Lanka

    Common Iora and White-browed Bulbul
  3. Sherpa

    Young bird in my room (Indonesia)

    There are photographs of a chick on this link if you scroll down a bit http://coquettepointinnisfail.blogspot.com/2015/05/hello-from-cool-and-crisp-coquette.html?m=1
  4. Sherpa

    India small bird ID ?

    I'm sure Andy is correct.
  5. Sherpa

    Hawfinch? / SW Spain

    It's a young Linnet
  6. Sherpa

    Tern ID. N. of Sweden.

    Arctic Tern IMHO
  7. Sherpa

    Mystery Wildfowl species Hornsea Mere, Yorks 1990s

    Some kind of whistling duck. From the flank stripes, I'm guessing Fulvous Whistling-duck.
  8. Sherpa

    ID please

    Correct with Crested Hawk-eagle. Pale plumage is typical of immature.
  9. Sherpa

    Louisiana or Northern Waterthrush

    All Louisiana imo. First image shows contrast between colour of supercilium and underparts, as you would expect.
  10. Sherpa

    Vietnam - Bonus Part - Flycatcher

    Many of the maps in the new Lynx Vietnam field guide are misleading. But mostly the other way round i.e. showing larger ranges than actually exist
  11. Sherpa

    Prey ID / Iran

    Eurasian Sparrowhawk
  12. Sherpa

    juv. shrike - Poland

    Try Googling juv Red-backed Shrike. It won't take you long to find birds with buff undertail coverts. e.g. here https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/82261130667058489/
  13. Sherpa

    Bimaculated Lark

    Agreed. Looks like Calandra. You've not said where it was taken, but since you are based in Greece, let's guess that is where you took it, in which case Calandra is the default.
  14. Sherpa

    Lanner Falcon ,Northern Greece

    What are you seeing that rules out Peregrine?
  15. Sherpa

    Passerines, Panama

    Just be satisfied with identifying the nice adult males.
  16. Sherpa

    Passerines, Panama

    You would have a fair idea in the breeding season when Mangrove Warblers are on territory and Yellow Warblers are up north. You can also consider how many sightings of adult male Mangrove Warblers there are away from their preferred habitat at any time of year. Of course, wandering immature...
  17. Sherpa

    Birds id help - Tamilnadu, South India

    The pale oval patch on the upperwing coverts recalls Pintail Snipe to me. Combined with the short looking bill, I think this may well be a Pintail Snipe. For future reference, listen for the call, which is distinctive and easy to remember, and note that Pintail Snipe often stays low when...
  18. Sherpa

    Shore Birds, Ft Myers, FL - January

    Semi-p would be pretty rare there in January
  19. Sherpa

    Common Gallinule/Moorhen

    They sound very different too.
  20. Sherpa

    costa rica - green kingfisher?

    Correct with Green Kingfisher
  21. Sherpa

    Chicago, IL USA Today: Teal?

    A family of Mallards
  22. Sherpa

    Bunting ID Bulgaria

    Black-headed Bunting
  23. Sherpa

    Sandpiper ID

    Both look like Semi-p to me
  24. Sherpa

    Stonechat? - Asturias, Spain

    Spotted Flycatcher
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