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  1. Val35

    Longshots from Georgia (country)

    It seems to me that EOWs leave their breeding grounds pretty early in the season no ? In August ? Anyways, thanks to everyone for taking a look at those terrible pics ;) It will stay as warbler sp. I guess !
  2. Val35

    Longshots from Georgia (country)

    I'd expect Reed Warbler to show warmer brown upperparts no ?
  3. Val35

    Longshots from Georgia (country)

    I didn't consider Syke's Warbler on range but anything is possible there on migration... Thanks, I didn't really know what were the fieldmarks for Turkestan ST Lark.
  4. Val35

    Longshots from Georgia (country)

    About the warbler, I quickly thought of Booted Warbler in the field. I then saw that several have been reported from Batumi/North East Turkey in September. Unfortunately the bird was extremely difficult to see, constantly hiding in those bushes...pretty sure it was still there the next day but...
  5. Val35

    Longshots from Georgia (country)

    Hi, not sure at all it is possible to make a definite ID out of those pics but still giving it a try...Both pics take in Georgia (Batumi area) in mid-September last year. The first is a warbler but not sure at all what exactly...Marsh ? an Iduna ? For the second, I saw a number of Turkestan ST...
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