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    Oceanodroma monorhys at Portugal

    Thanks for your opinion Rafael. Yes im thinking in submit this record to CPR but i needed some opinions first because my lack of experience with these kind of species and bad pics. In these cases i think that it is important to observe the flight patern and as i understood that would be hard...
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    Oceanodroma monorhys at Portugal

    Thanks for all opinions! So, even with this bad pics the higher probability would be Oceanodroma monorhis?
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    Oceanodroma monorhys at Portugal

    Thanks for your opinion. I had another one where it was told that the wing format was wrong for Leach's storm petrel, and the bird flight was wrong aswell. But thanks again.
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    Oceanodroma monorhys at Portugal

    Thanks for your opinion
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    Oceanodroma monorhys at Portugal

    Thanks... i spelled the name wrong at this thread you are right. But it is rare at Portugal anyway, would be the third record at Portugal mainland. But your setence is a afirmation not a question right?
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    Oceanodroma monorhys at Portugal

    Oceanodroma monorhis at Portugal Hello all I saw this bird at Cabo Raso, near Cascais, Portugal, at 15/05/2020. It was flying with a flock of Hydrobates pelagicus and i saw the bird a few minutes. It was a bird with no white on uperparts or wing, it was bigger than Hydrobates pelagicus and the...
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