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  1. Jose605

    Butterfly / Madrid

    Any idea please? Thank you, Jose
  2. Jose605

    Gull / Stockholm

    Can you tell which gull is it please? Photographed in June. Thank you, Jose
  3. Jose605

    Sanderlings? / SW Spain

    Photographed today. Thank you, Jose
  4. Jose605

    2 birds / Uganda

    The female Sunbird I'm not sure. The Weaver may be African Masked Weaver, but again not 100% sure. They were photographed around Entebbe in January of last year. Thank you for your feedback. Jose
  5. Jose605

    Isabelline Shrike? / India

    Thank you. Jose
  6. Jose605

    Northern Pintail? / Senegal

    Females probably? Thank you, Jose
  7. Jose605

    Plovers / Oman

    Always hard for me to ID these little ones... Thank you for your feedback. Jose
  8. Jose605

    Flycatcher / Nepal

    Is it a Stonechat, a Bushchat? Photographed in November. Thank you for your help. Jose
  9. Jose605

    Pipits / Cyprus

    These were photographed in March 2019. The first one could be Red-throated? Thank you! Jose
  10. Jose605

    2 Species / SW Spain

    Or is it 1? The patterns look somehow different. Spotted this morning. Thank you for your help! Jose
  11. Jose605

    Small White? / SW Spain

    Or is it Large, please? Thank you for your feedback. Jose
  12. Jose605

    ID please / SW Spain

    Is it a wagtail, a pipit? Thanks for your feedback. Jose
  13. Jose605

    Gull / SW Spain

    Not sure about this one. Photographed in December. Thanks for your help! Jose
  14. Jose605

    Wheatears & Pipits / SW Spain

    Photographed today. The Pipit may be the same species, though they're different individuals. Thank you for your input. Jose
  15. Jose605

    2 Species / SW Spain

    The Godwit is Bar-tailed I guess. The tern not so sure. It has a black beak with a yellow tip. Thanks for your input! Jose
  16. Jose605

    2 Species / SW Spain

    Not sure if they are butterflies or moths. Spotted this morning. Any idea please? Thank you! Jose
  17. Jose605

    6 Species / SW Spain

    Brown Argus, Common Blue and Spanish Festoon for the first 3 I believe. The rest I'm not sure... Thank you for your help! Jose
  18. Jose605

    3 Species / SW Spain

    #1 Not sure if it's yellow or grey #2 Could it be a Skylark? #3 Not really sure Thank you for your help! Jose
  19. Jose605

    2 butterfies / SW Spain

    I guess they're Large white and Speckled wood? The 'Speckled wood' seemed somewhat smaller and more agile in flight than the usual Pararge aegeria I see everyday. Maybe a juvenile? Excuse my ignorance :) Thank you! Jose
  20. Jose605

    2 Species / SW Spain

    I came across these 2 today. First one is new for me. Maybe Common blue? The second probably Brown Argus. But wondering if it may me the Southern type. I saw it towards the interior of Huelva province, far from the coast. Thank you for your help. Jose
  21. Jose605

    3 species / SW Spain

    Photographed this morning. #3 I think Speckled wood. The others not sure. Thanks for your help. Jose
  22. Jose605

    Wheatear / Kuwait

    I'm a bit confused about this one. Any idea please? Thank you, Jose
  23. Jose605

    3 Species / Africa

    Hello everyone, I uploaded these 3 photos on eBird, but they were signaled as 'unconfirmed', meaning I may have wrongly identified the species. Any idea please? #1 shot in Cape Town. To me it looked like a Cape Weaver. #2 shot in Namibia. Familiar Chat in my opinion. #3 shot in Sudan. I'm...
  24. Jose605

    Warbler / SW Spain

    Hello everyone, Is it a Chiffchaff? A willow warbler? Photographed a few days ago. That black under the beak looks a bit confusing. Maybe rest of food? Thank you for help. Jose
  25. Jose605

    2 species / SW Spain

    Photographed this morning. #1 Small white probably? #2 Not really sure... Thanks for your help! Jose
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