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    Some “challenges” from the Bird Migration on Merchant Ships 9 minute film clip in the Migration Forum.

    Having looked the video again at Full HD (what a difference for judging the head-pattern), the Bunting at 8:11 is indeed a Yellowhammer imo, evrything is there. It has just a slight uniformer head-pattern than "ID-book" YH.
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    Some “challenges” from the Bird Migration on Merchant Ships 9 minute film clip in the Migration Forum.

    The RB-Flycatcher and the Linnet looks ok for me, I assume that bright sunlight together wit a sensor that cant cope with the high contrast, exaggerate the white rump and wing panel here.
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    Some “challenges” from the Bird Migration on Merchant Ships 9 minute film clip in the Migration Forum.

    Agree with Mummymonkey, that the unsharp bird at 2:21 looks like a Dunnock. Not a sure ID, but if seen this bird in Germany, I would make a quick jizz-id of a common bird, as nothing seems wrong for a common species.
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    Some “challenges” from the Bird Migration on Merchant Ships 9 minute film clip in the Migration Forum.

    The Song Trush at 2:13 is a Song Trush, all is within variation, but it looks slightly long billed to me
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    Some “challenges” from the Bird Migration on Merchant Ships 9 minute film clip in the Migration Forum.

    Agree with Mummymonkey that the Bunting at 8:14 is a Yellowhammer: wrong head pattern for Cirl, but it is good, really spot on for Yellowhammer and the warm brown rump with a slight rufous tinge is just visible. The Bunting that is chased by a Greenfinch at 8:11. seems a slightly odd...
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