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    Tern, Warbler, Buzzard ID Pakistan

    Thank you from me too to all who wrote here. It was very helpfull to me. I could place "thumps up"-Buttons on really all posts here, including the very detailed explanations by smiths and Deb and the additional pictures and comments on these!
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    Tern, Warbler, Buzzard ID Pakistan

    No, I havent experience with the relevant warbler species (only saw one Blyth Reed Warbler before). Same for the Buzzard, but I looked at the picture and my gut feeling: it would stand out among CB in Germany by uniform honey-buff underparts with an pure orange tinge (thats the colour I see on...
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    Tern, Warbler, Buzzard ID Pakistan

    Thank you Deb for your detailed answer! As said, I have only seen a few 1 cy WWBT, but many BT and WT, so your answer is very helpfull to me! Regarding the breast patch: In "Bestimmung der Sumpfseeschwalben" by Christopher Schmidt, Abb. 5 and Tafel 1, there are two WT with a similar breast patch...
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    Tern, Warbler, Buzzard ID Pakistan

    Difficult Tern, there was a similar bird some time ago, that wasn’t answered yet. I must admit, when I saw this bird in Europe, I would make a quick jizz Id, as a Black Tern. but knowing that Black Tern isn’t a option in Pakistan, I remember a few similar 1cy Whiskered terns I saw in France...
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