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  1. Valéry Schollaert

    Raptor, Mexico-City, February 2023

    I agree, a common species in the "Distrito Federal". I did a video (in French) about the urban birds there, and at the end you can see Harris's Hawk. I found a pair with a nest and juvenile recently fledged.
  2. Valéry Schollaert

    Uganda / Sandpiper

    Wood Sandpiper indeed... wow, you are fast Andrew !
  3. Valéry Schollaert

    A Raptor on Penang Island Malaysia, plus Scaly-breasted Munia

    The raptor looks like a 2nd calendar year Brahminy Kite.
  4. Valéry Schollaert

    Ethiopia IDs, October 2017

    Raptors : Tawny Eagles, Steppe Eagle (the individual flying with white bar on the underwing), Lanner.
  5. Valéry Schollaert

    Is this common redpoll?

    It is a Redpoll indeed.
  6. Valéry Schollaert

    Pipit and swift in moorland of Mt Kilimanjaro Tanzania

    The other bird is a Scarce Swift Schoutedenapus myoptilus, the only long-tailed species recorded in high mountains.
  7. Valéry Schollaert

    White-eye in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania.

    Yes Steve, but I considered also "2000m, in lush forest edge environment" while Pale White-eye is not known above 1800m and live in " semi-arid to dry subhumid bushy or wooded habitats, Acacia and thornbush, gardens and forest edge" (according to BOW).
  8. Valéry Schollaert

    White-eye in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania.

    It seems there's no other option than, indeed, Southern Yellow White-eye Zosterops anderssoni
  9. Valéry Schollaert

    Buzzards from Armenia, need ID

    It looks longer winged because it is an immature but still a Steppe/Common Buzzard.
  10. Valéry Schollaert

    Lark in Kerala (India)

    It is possible, but I didn't find such an information.
  11. Valéry Schollaert

    Lark in Kerala (India)

    Very helpful, Grahame, as usual. Thanks. Thank you 01101001 too.
  12. Valéry Schollaert

    Lark in Kerala (India)

    Hi all, I'm sorting a bunch of photos of Malabar Larks such shown on the first photo ; all taken in the last 6 days. On one of these photos, the second one joined here, the bird seems to have a much thinner bill appearing slightly hooked. Although I didn't hear any skylark call there, I wonder...
  13. Valéry Schollaert

    Raptor -- Cottbus, Germany

    The tail shape and the longish wings for an Accipiter are rather suggesting a Goshawk.
  14. Valéry Schollaert

    Which Phylloscopus? Morocco, Agadir, yesterday

    Exactly, even the plumage makes Iberian more difficult to distinguish from WW than from CC. We can thus safely identify our bird as a Common Chiffchaff.
  15. Valéry Schollaert

    Hen Harrier f or Buzzard? Nara Japan

    definitely a buzzard and not a harrier.
  16. Valéry Schollaert

    Which Phylloscopus? Morocco, Agadir, yesterday

    Iberian has much longer wings than Chiffchaff, actually, it is more difficult to tell apart from Willow Warbler.
  17. Valéry Schollaert

    Wheatear Belgium

    thank you very much
  18. Valéry Schollaert

    Senegal Birds, November 2023

    Let's start with the easy : Broad-billed Roller (2425) and Red-throated Bee-eater (2444).
  19. Valéry Schollaert

    Wheatear Belgium

    I don't know this detail. On these photos, we can see the colour inside the bill. Same bird. Can it be enough ?
  20. Valéry Schollaert

    Wheatear Belgium

    Thank you Graham, that's good then, we keep it unaged.
  21. Valéry Schollaert

    N Greece. Birds of prey

    19 looks like an eagle too
  22. Valéry Schollaert

    Oriental Honey-buzzards, Thai Surin islands

    Yes, an adulte above, a juvenile below.
  23. Valéry Schollaert

    Ghana - Cuckooshrike and Bishop

    I agree with the boubou. The ploceid is certainly a female Black-winged Bishop.
  24. Valéry Schollaert

    Wheatear Belgium

    This photo was taken by Guy Wintgens. We'd like to know if this is a 1cy individual or a fresh adult. It was taken in Eastern Belgium un Septembre 2023. Thanks.
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