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  1. KenM

    Two for ID

    John Hi, The pipits in Image 1 and 3...presumably the same bird? look quite unlike anything that I've seen. The ear coverts are amazing!..perhaps with the super and lores isolating this feature, it might support RTP?...I reserve the right to procrastinate on those and perhaps return later...
  2. KenM

    Two for ID

    In my opinion the contrasting dark cap is well within the cosmetic range for Sedge Warbler, and the creamy buff underwash is also better for this species. Moustached should show a deeper more 'orangey' wash on the breast, contrasting against a more demarcated white throat, also...even allowing...
  3. KenM

    Two for ID

    I believe the 5th one is Kentish....If you tilt the screen back there is a suggestion of a chestnut crown...which in turn changes the dimensions of the head and correspondingly reduces the length of bill, and I suppose no.4 could also be Kentish. cheers
  4. KenM

    Two for ID

    1 and 2 Willow Warbler and Sedge Warbler for 3. cheers
  5. KenM

    Two for ID

    The second set could be Arabian Warbler..pp falls well short of UTC's. The first set has a Phyllosc. like appearance...Eastern Bonelli's might be a consideration? cheers
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