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  1. Jose605

    Solomon Islands

    Because of the lack of black I thought of a female, as Joe H. pointed out. Of all the possible options I believe the female OW is the strongest contender.
  2. Jose605

    Solomon Islands

    Thank you, sicklebill. As I mentioned I'm leaning more towards Oriole Whistler.
  3. Jose605

    Solomon Islands

    Thanks for the message. Certainly not a White-eye, as these are very distinctive. Oddly enough I didn't see a single White-eye in the Solomon's while I saw plenty of Silvereye birds in nearby Vanuatu and Fiji.
  4. Jose605

    Solomon Islands

    Hi Joe, thanks a lot for your detailed message. I got lucky indeed with the Channel-billed Cuckoo. And lucky to spot it too as he was well-camouflaged in the tree. I saw the yellow bird clearly 2 meters away from me and would have taken a good picture of it if it wasn't for the humid condition...
  5. Jose605

    Solomon Islands

    Thanks, Andrew! I had never heard of this bird, but it does look like Channel-billed Cuckoo indeed. On eBird is not listed as a local bird, probably a rare vagrant from Australia.
  6. Jose605

    Solomon Islands

    Photographed this morning in Guadalcanal island. First bird no idea. The second seemed to be a warbler to me. Certainly not the rather common olive-backed sunbird. Horrible picture, but since there aren't many passerine birds in the island maybe someone can guess the species? Many thanks for...
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