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  1. Jane Turner

    Two for ID

    Its a Black Tern, and a Willow Warbler. Yes a Tree Pipit and Marsh Harrier. Don't know enough about African Accipiters Edit: That tern... the rump does look whitish and the bill small, but I'm seeing a peg!
  2. Jane Turner

    Two for ID

    The Wader is a Grey Plover - no doubt. I was being "gentle" before. They look strange in bright light and high temps (all sleeked down)
  3. Jane Turner

    Two for ID

    Yes they are Tree Pipits, the plover looked different to other Grey Plovers because its late into its moult. Your last Warbler is going to be a challenge to ID conclusively. MIght be Eastern Olivaceous Warbler...might not.
  4. Jane Turner

    Two for ID

    I can't ID the last Pipit on that angle. but the rest are Tree Pipits
  5. Jane Turner

    Two for ID

    I was wondering if 4 was Grey Plover - its hard to get a scale, but its got a whopping bill. Agree on the WW and whilst not confident with the 2nd warbler, don't have a better answer.
  6. Jane Turner

    Two for ID

    Looks like Clamorous RW to me.
  7. Jane Turner

    Two for ID

    It still looks like an Orphean to me too
  8. Jane Turner

    Two for ID

    Eastern Bonellis and Eastern Orphean Warblers - I'm seeing a lot of white in the tail Arabian and I can't see enough of the wings to judge priimary projection.
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