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  1. Gladiator96

    Waders at Mar Menor - Murcia - Spain

    Agree with Black-tailed Godwit and Greenshank
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    Very poor phone pics. Bee eater? Rhodes Greece.

    Best forget about this....its unidentifiable and is unlikely to be either bee-eater or roller if taken recently
  3. Gladiator96

    Morocco - help with id

    probably a juvenile Woodchat Shrike
  4. Gladiator96

    Aosta valley meadow. Wagtail?

    yes a white wagtail
  5. Gladiator96

    Big bird spiraling - Netherlands

    I see gulls doing the behaviour your describe regularly.
  6. Gladiator96

    ID

    (Eastern) Subalpine warbler for number 5 and possibly also 3 Reed warbler for 1 and 2
  7. Gladiator96

    Sicily in August

    August is not the best time, but there are plenty of south of Catania area which presumably attract many migrating waders in August. The best are the Pantani Cuba and Longarini Nature Reserve, Priolo Nature Reserve and Vendicari Nature Reserve. You may also want to visit Mt Etna, where there...
  8. Gladiator96

    Two warblers for confirmation - Bulgaria

    I would agree with you
  9. Gladiator96

    Yellow-headed Amazon

    Hi. thanks but I think you misunderstood my question. I already saw them. I was asking why it's not a Category C species any more.
  10. Gladiator96

    Best place in Europe for a short birding trip in June?

    1) Hot 2) Breeding season practically over - no singing/displaying/etc. 3) As you said no migration
  11. Gladiator96

    Best place in Europe for a short birding trip in June?

    Well the OP said the conference is at the end of June, so I would forget about the Mediterranean (speaking as a resident of it) and go for one of the northern European candidates e.g. Estonia, Finland, Poland. As others have said in early June you would have way more options.
  12. Gladiator96

    Four birds, La Garrotxa, Spain

    Moorhen (juvenile) Chaffinch (female) Mistle thrush (juvenile) Robin (juvenile) House martin Griffon vulture Griffon vulture
  13. Gladiator96

    Yellow-headed Amazon

    I've been in Stuttgart for work over the past few days. The only potential WP 'tick' (or so I thought) which I could get was Yellow-headed Amazon, which I saw very easily. However, when I went to add it to my list I noticed that it is apparently not on the WP list anymore. I'm pretty sure it...
  14. Gladiator96

    Cyprus mid-July

    Hi everyone, I'll be in Cyprus for around 4 days in mid-July. It's will be a family holiday so I hope I can find some time for birding, probably early in the morning. The following is a list of potential lifers which should be around at the time: Cyprus warbler Cyprus scops owl Cyprus wheatear...
  15. Gladiator96

    Shearwater Croatia

    Not to be pedantic but Scopoli's Shearwater rather than Cory's would be the default
  16. Gladiator96

    Spring migration on Ventotene island at Easter

    All small islands in the Mediterranean are great for migration
  17. Gladiator96

    Andalucia, Spain, Lark ID

    they do but it's their standard flight call as opposed to their song. However I think Crested Lark should be considered for this bird.
  18. Gladiator96

    Eilat.....

    Pretty rare in Eilat I would've thought? The only other records in ebird are from 1980 and 2008
  19. Gladiator96

    What kind of raptors? (Egypt, Sinai)

    Steppe Buzzard for the rest
  20. Gladiator96

    Bunting, Bulgaria.

    Imo there's a good chance there's a decent sized pine bunting wintering population across the under-birded Balkans given the annual wintering populations in Italy and Greece.
  21. Gladiator96

    Interesting bird heading out to sea from Herne Bay, August 2021, last year.

    With all due respect there is no point discussing this photo.
  22. Gladiator96

    Birds Of prey Maspalomas Gran Canaria

    isn't the last one a Kestrel?
  23. Gladiator96

    Your most surprising omission

    The birding jargon for this is bogey bird. Mine is curlew (not common by any stretch of the definition but I definitely should have seen it by now).
  24. Gladiator96

    Eagle or just a black kite?

    definitely an eagle and looks like a Greater Spotted Eagle
  25. Gladiator96

    Wheatear help - Fuerteventura

    Isabelline for the last two. The first two give more of a Northern impression but not 100% with these photos.
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