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  1. tconzemi

    A bird of prey in the tower hide at Attenborough.

    It's an interesting thread to show how deceptive a single, low quality shot can be. It does not look Hobby at all in the still pic, and still...
  2. tconzemi


    May I add that it is probably illegal to have that egg collected
  3. tconzemi

    A bird of prey in the tower hide at Attenborough.

    Or a Goshawk, or Peregrine?
  4. tconzemi

    Namibia, Etosha NP, mid January. Juvenile eurasian Hobby ?

    Agree with juvenile Lanner
  5. tconzemi

    South Luangwa NP, Zambia, June 2024

    I agree with Western Banded SE
  6. tconzemi

    French Birds

    Maybe a Woodcock?
  7. tconzemi

    Young Starling? (Blue eyes?!?)

    Many very young birds have greyish irises just after leaving the nest getting darker within days or weeks
  8. tconzemi

    South Luangwa NP, June 2024

    Both are Western Banded Snake Eagle
  9. tconzemi

    Unknown bird-Harrow, NW London

    Welcome Looks to be a juvenile Dunnock
  10. tconzemi

    Juv African Hawk Eagle?

    Juvenile Augur Buzzard Unfeathered tarsi Location ?
  11. tconzemi

    Namibia. Little bird seen in the early morning.

    No problem djolof, it's just so much easier for the members to look at jpeg pictures.
  12. tconzemi

    Small Accipiter, Zambia

    I agree, and Little Sparrowhawk would show a bright yellow lid ring, although photo quality may hide it
  13. tconzemi

    South Luangwa NP, Zambia, June 2024

    https://www.birdforum.net/gallery/african-scops-owl.593319/ https://www.birdforum.net/gallery/african-scops-owl.592070/ Ear tufts in African scops are very short and often invisible
  14. tconzemi

    Small Accipiter, Zambia

    weak eye-stripe and no visible yellow lidring are all good for Shikra indeed.
  15. tconzemi

    South Luanwa, Zambia, June 2024

    That's correct
  16. tconzemi

    Call Identification please - West Yorkshire, England

    Kestrel maybe https://xeno-canto.org/842896
  17. tconzemi

    Vulture sp., Castelo de Noudar, Barrancos, Portugal - June 2024

    Second is a juvenile from last year just starting inner primary moult
  18. tconzemi

    Scotland - Glencoe/Rannoch Moor - Golden Eagle?

    Looks very much Osprey to me
  19. tconzemi

    Unknown Raptor, Axios National Park, Greece last week

    https://www.cebc.cnrs.fr/wp-content/uploads/publipdf/2013/BBB106_2013.pdf After reading this, it's becoming a bit more complex
  20. tconzemi

    Falcon, NE-Germany

    We only have the pics full of artrfacts, you got much more in your binos. Trust your feelings, you just failed in getting decent pictures
  21. tconzemi

    Falcon, NE-Germany

    Here are my best guesses Kestrel RFF Merlin
  22. tconzemi

    Fueventura. .peregrine or barbary falcon..yesterday

    There is a mixed population on Fuerte and I am afraid the quality of the pics is not enough to get an ID
  23. tconzemi

    Honey-buzzard sp, Kazakhstan

    To me it looks regular adult female European: barring on primaries and secondaries, long tail, 6th finger OK for European, iris colour
  24. tconzemi


    Dark Booted Eagle