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Old Sunday 10th August 2008, 18:02   #1
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A couple on the feeder

Was at Arundel today, I'm not up on my birds so any help would be most welcome.


#1 http://www.iesphotography.co.uk/arundel/yellow_wm.jpg
#2 http://www.iesphotography.co.uk/arun...w_small_wm.jpg
#3 http://www.iesphotography.co.uk/arundel/bird_wm.jpg
#4 http://www.iesphotography.co.uk/arundel/ducka_wm.jpg
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Old Sunday 10th August 2008, 18:06   #2
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1.Greenfinch
2,Greenfinch
3.Chaffinch
4.Hooded Merganser
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Old Sunday 10th August 2008, 18:07   #3
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#1 - male greenfinch
#2 - female greenfinch
#3 - female chaffinch, with very unhealthy looking feet
#4 - I don't think this is a native European bird. Female Hooded Merganser would be my guess (from the USA).
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wow! that was quick! Thanks guys, always learning here!

Those feet do look a bit manky don't they!

couldn't get a sharp pic of his one, but I think its a finch aswell?

www.iesphotography.co.uk/arundel/un_wm.jpg

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Old Sunday 10th August 2008, 18:16   #5
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wow! that was quick! Thanks guys, always learning here!

Those feet do look a bit manky don't they!

couldn't get a sharp pic of his one, but I think its a finch aswell?

www.iesphotography.co.uk/arundel/un_wm.jpg
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Confirming. That IS a female hooded merg.
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