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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.

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    Lark id request, from Romania 2019

    Thank you for your informative answer. I lean toward GSTL given this is a consensus, provided by several very proficient and knowledgeable birders here, including yourself. I accept the characteristics helpfully provided and they contributed to my knowledge : I can see GSTL now, and that...
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    Lark id request, from Romania 2019

    Thanks ever so much for sharing the photo and adding your most helpful comments here. I apologize for the delay in replying as I have not been able to manage it until now due to some difficult circumstances. Things are OK now. I looked at the photo in the link and indeed can see the longer...
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    Lark id request, from Romania 2019

    Thank you for sharing your experience with this species. I am sorry for the delay in responding as I have been indisposed. After considering your comments, I am going for Greater Short-toed Lark. The clincher is the very short pp you pointed out, and the small head, with a long tail.
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    Lark id request, from Romania 2019

    Thank you so much. Now that species would be a lifer for me. Sorry to be a nuisance, but would it be possible for you to kindly provide some reasons for arriving at that conclusion so that I can learn from you.
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    Lark id request, from Romania 2019

    Please may I request advice. To be honest I posted this pic previously (4 years ago I think) : Some kind soul (more knowledgeable than myself) suggested Short-toed Lark. However I continued to have doubts, hoping for a Calandara Lark lifer. I seem to think the bill might be too big for...
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