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  1. Alan henry

    Australian Moths and other garden observations

    Many thanks, All interesting stuff. Cheers Alan
  2. Alan henry

    Australian Moths and other garden observations

    Just found your posts. Moved to WA in March and work 15 km inland from Dongara in WA's MW. Found a few moths around the work site in the mornings, Any chance you could ID for me?
  3. Alan henry

    Improved video cam setup for Ivory-Billed Woodpecker

    You can have the best camera ever made and you still are not going to get any film of an extinct bird.
  4. Alan henry

    ID for Northern Chile

    It is a female Spectacled Tyrant. Cheers Alan
  5. Alan henry

    Hummingbird Hawk Moth species in the Falkland Islands

    Cheers Rafael, I think you have got the ID spot on. many thanks for your help. Stay safe. Cheers Alan
  6. Alan henry

    Hummingbird Hawk Moth species in the Falkland Islands

    Hi Rafael, Yes as you can image I was a little bit excited when I saw it. Watched it for about 10 minutes and even got a short video with my phone. I have seen one other hawk moth you mention both alive and found one dead.. Will try to make contact with someone who will know. Cheers and stay...
  7. Alan henry

    Hummingbird Hawk Moth species in the Falkland Islands

    I saw this moth species that I believe is a Hummingbird Hawk Moth, can anybody confirm the species. I have never heard of this species being seen in the Falkland Islands before. Cheers Alan
  8. Alan henry

    January 1st joint Birdforum list (2021 edition)

    1 Silvery Grebe 2 Chiloe Wigeon 3 Variable Hawk 4 Black-chinned Siskin 5 Kelp Goose 6 Yellow-billed Teal 7 Blackish Oystercatcher 8 Black-browed Albatross 9 Black-crowned Night-Heron 10 Blackish Cinclodes 11 Austral Thrush 12 Ruddy-headed Goose 13 Silver Teal 14...
  9. Alan henry

    Victorian woman charged with animal cruelty after almost 130 Wedge-tailed Eagles found dead

    No but it will make sure no more are killed at the hands of her...
  10. Alan henry

    Albatross ID - Between Cape Dolphin, Fakland Islands and Punta Delgada, Argentina

    I suspect it is a Southern Royal. The amount of white on the upper parts is not a problem in really old birds as in the one attached. Bill is a bit strange but suspect because of the quality of the picture you can't see the black cutting edge to the whole bill just towards the end. Cheers...
  11. Alan henry

    Pterodroma ID - Between Cape Dolphin, Fakland Islands and Punta Delgada, Argentina

    Certainly a White Chinned, a breeding species in the Falkland Islands.
  12. Alan henry

    Ivory-billed Woodpecker: Debunking the Critics

    Produce an image or your just another........???
  13. Alan henry

    Port Stanley birds

    I wish they were in Port Stanley, Falkland Islands...... :-)
  14. Alan henry

    Identify birds - part 2

    Twite and Sandwich Tern Sorry now thinking Linnet for the first bird.
  15. Alan henry

    Albatross - Peterborough, Victoria, Australia

    Underwing pattern rules out Shy. Black Browed/Champbell for me. Cheers Alan
  16. Alan henry

    Caspian Terns North America

    John, Would that ringer have been Shane Wolsey? I helped in ring White Chinned Petrels on Kidney in 1987. Cheers Alan
  17. Alan henry

    Waterfowl ID, Hampshire UK

    Domestic/Farmyard Duck
  18. Alan henry

    Unknown New Zealand

    Agree juv Bellbird. Cheers Alan
  19. Alan henry

    Tierra del Fuego, at sea, February

    I would say the first is a Cape Petrel. Any more of the Skua? Cheers Alan
  20. Alan henry

    Another Pakarang plover

    Greater Sandplover, 2 Terek Sandpipers, Ruddy Turnstone and Lesser Sandplover I would say. Cheers Alan
  21. Alan henry

    Which albatross? Kaikoura NZ

    Wing pattern all wrong for South Royal Albatross. Certainly not an Amsterdam or Antipodean. See no reason why it is not a Wandering (Snowy) Albatross Cheers Alan
  22. Alan henry

    Fledgling at Herdsman Lake, Perth, WA

    Singing Honeyeater would be my bet.
  23. Alan henry

    White-fronted robin in Blue Mountains, NSW?

    I would say it is a young Grey Shrikethrush. Cheers Alan
  24. Alan henry

    Fuerteventura. Orphean warbler?

    Western Orphean Warbler