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  1. Joseph Bouvier

    Possible Whinchat in Almeria County, Andalucia, Spain.

    Thanks a lot! Based on all this very useful information, it looks fairly obvious that it's a female stonechat. Thanks again, J.B.
  2. Joseph Bouvier

    Possible Whinchat in Almeria County, Andalucia, Spain.

    I had definitely considered this, but the only reason I was sceptical about it being a stonechat was the fact that it had a small white patch on the edge of the wing, just barely visible in the photo. Anyway thanks (:
  3. Joseph Bouvier

    Possible Whinchat in Almeria County, Andalucia, Spain.

    I was out on a walk today when I spotted a species of flycatcher sat on the top of a tree. It immediately looked a bit odd to me, particularly because of it's interesting pose and long legs. I took some photos and upon looking at them at home I thought that it might be a whinchat, based on the...
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