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  1. dragnil

    Treecreeper help please

    OK, Thanks to you both. I'm very happy to go with your ideas. Thanks again for helping.
  2. dragnil

    Treecreeper help please

    Thanks, Nutty. The feature I'm looking at, and I may be barking up the wrong tree, is in the circles I've just added and I'm thinking it matches the differences shown in Collins. Of course, at this time of year, they were both as silent as a quiet thing on a noiseless day ...
  3. dragnil

    Treecreeper help please

    Another couple from my trip to France, these are different birds and were in the Pyrenees, one high and one one at lower altitude. I'm looking at the wing markings in Collins and think that the one on the left of the trunk is Treecreeper and the one in dappled light is Short-toed. Can anyone...
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