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    Help with uploading pics

    Hi all, I'm trying to upload some photos from my phone for ID purposes but every pic I try to upload from the attqchments icon, it says it's too big. I've tried amending each pic but with no luck. Does anyone know what I can do? They're just standard pics taken from a standard digital camera...
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    My year list so far - what stands out?

    Racket-tailed drongo is definitely up there. As is white-crested tiger heron. But yeah - the setting and seeing both wreathed and great hornbills (albeit from a bit of a distance) are my highlights so far.
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    My year list so far - what stands out?

    Hi all - this is my list so far this calendar year. All birds seen either in England, The Gambia, or Cambodia. Curious if anyone has the time to look, as to what the 'stand out' bird is in your opinion, and based on your own criteria? Not many mega rarities here, but interested to hear...
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    Bird ID help in Cambodia

    All taken in Phnom Penh btw
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    Bird ID help in Cambodia

    And this
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    Bird ID help in Cambodia

    Thanks a oot Laery. Cqn you let me know what features enaboed ypu to ID green bee eater rather than Chestnut headed purely out of curiosity? These are the other pics
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    Bird ID help in Cambodia

    Hi all, Can someone help me with these birds please? The first pic - I know the one on the left is a chestnut headed bee eater - but is the right a female, or a seperste type of bee eater? And not sure what the second and third pics are if someone could please help?
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