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  1. The Hairy Highlander

    Walrus Kinlochbervie

    Just seen a report with photos on a Facebook group from the 17th at Polin Beach, few miles northwest of Kinlochbervie...
  2. The Hairy Highlander

    Russian Noctuid

    Yeah, I had one last night...
  3. The Hairy Highlander

    Cofirmations Please

    #1 - scalloped hazel #2 - flame #3 - common marbled carpet
  4. The Hairy Highlander


    That looks like a great wee Gennys......I'll be watching this thread closely!
  5. The Hairy Highlander

    More moths from Russia

    #1 - agreed #2 - agreed #3 - Clouded bordered brindle #4 - A worn Green Arches?
  6. The Hairy Highlander

    ID Glos

    Is #4 perhaps a worn Dun-bar?
  7. The Hairy Highlander

    uk shoreline

    I see a bird, best I can come up with is Shag? Looks a bit Aukish ie Gullimot but wouldn't have thought you'd see one perched high up on a post like that.....
  8. The Hairy Highlander

    Please ID this bird? Thanks

    Scarlet headed flowerpecker
  9. The Hairy Highlander

    Pechaburi, Thailand

    Great images Gary....just noticed your web address, how did you come up with "birdsthatfart"? Made me laugh!....:-O
  10. The Hairy Highlander

    Normandy id q

    Lucky guess I reckon! ;)
  11. The Hairy Highlander

    Glaucous Gull, NL, Canada

    To be fair, I've not had good form recently regarding I'ding birds on BF.....It's bound to be an Iceland!! Leg colour is wrong for RBG also.....
  12. The Hairy Highlander

    More various, Greece

    Greenshanks....Should'av gone to specksavers
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    More various, Greece

    Surely the waders are Marsh, no? I hate to go against lous opinion but I see Marsh Sand here not Greenshank?
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    Glaucous Gull, NL, Canada

    In that order in the first photo IMO...you can see the dark ring near the end of the bill for the ring billed gull..
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    Glaucous Gull, NL, Canada

    Ring billed, Iceland and glauc in the first..(maybe not Iceland)...
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    More various, Greece

    Pipit is water, pipers are marsh...Oh, and a sparrowhawk..5 looks like an Imp.....
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    Four for ID please.

    I reckon your hover fly is eristalis interruptus....by the way, which fly is it you need i'ding for?
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    Juvenile Sparrowhawk?

    Sparrow hawk indeed, female.
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    Bird watching culture

    Your friend would be most welcome on Birdforum regardless of birding knowledge, experience etc, she will learn a great deal from taking part in a wide range of subjects not just things to do with birds...get her on, she'll be hooked in no time!!
  20. The Hairy Highlander

    Duck, Ontario

  21. The Hairy Highlander

    Duck, Ontario

    Female goldeneye...
  22. The Hairy Highlander

    Normandy id q

    Reckon you've nailed it...