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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'Ruddy Ground Dove'

    fantastic shot of this lovely dove - rather a Ruddy Ground-dove (Columbina talpacoti rufipennis) than an Eared Dove
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'DSCN7643.JPG'

    Look's like an American Goldfinch youngster - nice!
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'Black-browed Babbler'

    What a fantastic image of this mega-rarity – rediscovered after 172 years Thanks so much, Rudi
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'Bornean Partridge'

    A great shot, but it is not the Chestnut-breasted Partridge (Arborophila mandellii), although it has a chestnut breast, it's a male Bornean Partridge (Arborophila hyperythra). Really the best picture I've ever saw of this rare species. Thanks, Rudi
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'ID help please'

    It's a White-browed Scrubwren (Sericornis frontalis). ID would be easier, if vou'll see the headpattern but the wingmarks a charakteristic
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'I.d please'

    It looks like a male Leaden Flycatcher (Myiagra rubecula), nice shot!, Rudi
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'Juvenile Blue heron?'

    It,s a juvenile Little Blue Heron (Egretta caerulea), very nice flight shot! Rudi
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'Ruppell's Bustard male'

    Hallo Brian, this is a Rppell's Bustard (Eupodotis (Heterotetrax) rueppellii), the Barrow's ssp. of White-bellied Bustard (Eupodotis senegalensis barrowii) will not occur in Namibia. Nethertheless a nice shot, Rudi
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'Indian Blue Robin'

    Nice Shot of a very beautiful bird. It's an Indian Blue Robin (Luscinia/Larvivora brunnea) instead of the Nilgiri Blue Robin, which has less orange on the belly and no white eyebrow stripe. Rudi
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'Lark'

    Seems to be a Red-capped Lark (Calandrella cinerea). Nice shot. Rudi
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'Rusty-backed Antwren (female)'

    Great shots of these male and female Antwren. But they are Rusty-backed Antwrens (Formicivora rufa urubambae) rather than Rufous-backed Antwrens. Thanks, Rudi
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'Karoo Scrub-robin'

    Great shot, but seems to be a Karoo Scrub-robin (Erythropygia coryphaeus), Rudi
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'Gray Flycatcher'

    What a nice shot! But fr me it looks much more like a juvenile Verdin. Thanks, Rudi
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'Olive Ibis.'

    Sensational Peter! Seems to be one of very few, if not the only shot of a mainland Africa Dwarf Olive Ibis in the worldwideweb. There a some pictures of the Sao Tome ssp. (or Species) Bostrychia (olivacea) bocagei, but your's is Bostrychia olivacea akleyorum. Great, many thanks Rudi
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'Striated Swallow'

    It's a Striated Swallow (Cecropis striolata), nice flight shot. Rudi
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'unknown little brown bird?'

    Seems to be a young Brewer's Blackbird (Euphagus cyanocephalus), but indeed it's tricky. Nice shot, Rudi
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'not identified'

    It's a female Oriental Magpie-robin (Copsychus saularis). Nice shot. Rudi
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'Not sure....'

    It's a female or immature Asian Koel (Eudynamys scolopacea), nice shot Rudi
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'Pale Chanting Goshawk'

    A very nice shot, indeed. But it seems to be a young Pale Chanting-goshawk (Melierax canorus). Rudi
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'Yellow Honeyeater'

    Seems to be a Yellow Honeyeater (Lichenostomus flavus), a species restricted to Queensland. Nice Shot. Rudi
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'Hybrid duck'

    It's not a hybrid, but a very special Duck from South America: Rosy-billed Pochard (Netta peposaca). Nice shot - Thanks. Rudi
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'Elegant parrot'

    Should be an Elegant Parrot (Neophema elegans) rather than Blue-winged Parrot, which is absent from Western Australia. Nethertheless a great shot. Thanks Rudi
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'Chestnut-naped Francolin'

    Great Shot Mike, but i agree with Torsten: it is a Chestnut-naped Francolin Rudi
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'Can anyone help me identify this?'

    I think, we cant't see any mottling, cause the distance. But the head-pattern looks like Green PG (Dark cap, down to the eyes). The male Cotton PG has a nearly white face and just the top of ist head is dark, as we can see in Ken's yesterdays fantastic shot, the female shows a dark stripe...
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    Comment by 'cerylerudis' in media 'Can anyone help me identify this?'

    Looks like a Green Pygmy-goose (Nettapus pulchellus), not a common bird. Rudi
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