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  1. Genghis Attenborough

    Armenian Gull?

    Hi, yes but it wasn't that long ago that Yellow legged Gull was treated as Herring Gull
  2. Genghis Attenborough

    Armenian Gull?

    That's something it is definately not!
  3. Genghis Attenborough

    Is this a Yellow-legged Gull? Wanstead, London

    I was struck by the paleness and neatness of this gull and I assumed it was an immature Yellow-legged Gull, can anyone confirm this or say no it's just an ordinary Herring Gull or some washed out Lesser Black Backed Gull? The photo was taken on 26th April 2009.
  4. Genghis Attenborough

    Armenian Gull?

    Armenian Gull? Istanbul, Turkey Photographed by my brother Grant Fisher this morning in Istinye, Istanbul, Turkey - here is his message. Attached are a couple of photos of a possible armenian gull I saw this morning from the kitchen balcony. I've seen a gull just like this before recently and...
  5. Genghis Attenborough

    Pipit ID in UAE.

    Hi, yes I agree. Nice
  6. Genghis Attenborough

    Which Buzzard? (in Turkey)

    Difficult, the first pic gives the impression of a Long legged Buzzard, the 2nd a Common (Steppe) Buzzard, where abouts in Turkey?
  7. Genghis Attenborough

    Grey (?) shrike sp. Lincolnshire UK

    There unfortuanately isn't a better quality pic, there is a less zoomed in one, but that won't make a lot of difference. The colour of the plumage certainly matches a Steppe Grey, but for us (particularly my father who saw it) this was a completely different bird, much smaller for one thing than...
  8. Genghis Attenborough

    Fuerteventura trip report 2nd to 9th March 2008

    Apart form one trip to Jandia and one trip to Correlejo this holiday was spent within a few kilometers of Caleta de Fustes on the west coast with several trips to the nearby Barranco de la Torre and one to Barranco de Rio Cabras just north of the airport runway. My wife and I stayed at a Puerto...
  9. Genghis Attenborough

    Fuerteventura trip report 2nd to 9th March 2008

    Apart form one trip to Jandia and one trip to Correlejo this holiday was spent within a few kilometers of Caleta de Fustes on the west coast with several trips to the nearby Barranco de la Torre and one to Barranco de Rio Cabras just north of the airport runway. My wife and I stayed at a Puerto...
  10. Surf

    Surf

    Not so much a landscape as a seascape. Out of a dozen or so useless pictures, I finally managed to get this shot without getting the camera wet.
  11. Genghis Attenborough

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Loch Luna Sky'

    Wow, it's kind of like Close Encounters, also reminds me of seeing Aurora borealis through cloud in Western Scotland (although it was dark then), cheers for that!
  12. Wall Brown

    Wall Brown

  13. Peacock on Buddleja

    Peacock on Buddleja

  14. Genghis Attenborough

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Water Rail'

    What a great pic and what a fatty! Where you in a hide?
  15. Poplar Hawk moth caterpillar

    Poplar Hawk moth caterpillar

  16. Lime Hawk moth

    Lime Hawk moth

  17. Bush cricket

    Bush cricket

  18. Hover Fly

    Hover Fly

  19. Genghis Attenborough

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Pied Flycatcher'

    Never seen a shot like this, except when I blinked at one, excellent piece of work!
  20. Genghis Attenborough

    Not sure what this is? Diving Waterfowl - Massachusertts

    Hi, looks like a young winter male Long tailed duck to me
  21. Grey Pansy

    Grey Pansy

  22. Scotch Argus

    Scotch Argus

  23. Genghis Attenborough

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'KURUNJI FLOWERS'

    Amazing photo and its great to see this area at a different time of year from when my wife and I visited. Thanks
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