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  1. K

    Odd shrike, Saitama Japan, April 14

    Yes, that's a rather nice female Bull Headed Shrike as Grahame says.
  2. K

    Which Warbler? Iran, Alborz, Apr. 2023

    I'm thinking they're all Blyth's Reed Warblers. The undertail coverts seem too long for a Booted Warbler and the bill also doesn't look right.
  3. K

    Hume's Leaf Warbler or Yellow-browed Warbler? 29/4/21, Eocheongdo - South Korea

    The whiteness of the wing bars (and the indistinct nature of the upper bar) and supercilium are certainly indicative. Did it call at all?
  4. K

    Chiang Mai -Thailand 01.02.2023 Warblers

    I agree with Tote - both look to be Greenish
  5. K

    Sakhalin or Pale Legged Leaf Warbler?

    hi MacNara Thanks for that, it's very much appreciated - I'm familiar with the blog you mention and it's a very good one. I already have one Pale Legged at Nanko but was rather hoping to get a photo and this particular bird was different enough from the Sakhalin's that were also wizzing...
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    Sakhalin or Pale Legged Leaf Warbler?

    Thanks for the comments everyone. Actually Nanko is one of the few places on the mainland where you may see Pale Legged Leaf Warblers for some reason known only to them. Osaka is on the coast - it's a major port city and Nanko is next to the port. Leaf Warbler migration through Osaka; Japanese...
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    Sakhalin or Pale Legged Leaf Warbler?

    The title says it all. Photographed last year (28th September 2022) at Nanko ONBS Sanctury, Osaka, Japan. A difficult separation but I tend towards it being a Pale Legged Leaf Warbler based on plumage colouration. However, I am quite open to the alternative - any thoughts?
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    Hello from Japan

    Hello all I've been a member of this site without using it for a long time. I live near Osaka and am particularly partial to Lapwings, Warblers and Skylarks. Christopher