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Old Thursday 30th April 2020, 20:23   #1
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Vulture Népal

Hello,
Is this vulture a White-rumped Vulture ?
Népal, November.
Thank you for your opinion.
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A young Himalayan, isn't it?
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According to Naoroji the white line on lesser coverts, the bold streaking on body, the palish bill as well as the very heavy body are all perfect for young Himalayan as Andy suggested, this said I have never seen Himalayan
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Old Saturday 2nd May 2020, 06:08   #4
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Big thank you to both of you.
I had thought a little about this solution ...
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According to Naoroji the white line on lesser coverts, the bold streaking on body, the palish bill as well as the very heavy body are all perfect for young Himalayan as Andy suggested, this said I have never seen Himalayan
Who / what is this Tom?
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Thanks Andy,
hadn't heard of this, does it deal with 'Indian' Spotted Eagle?
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I haven't a clue Andy. I just did a quick search!

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I haven't a clue Andy. I just did a quick search!

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Apolgies Andy, multi tasking and assumed the answer would be from Tom, guilty of not looking who the reply was from!
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hadn't heard of this, does it deal with 'Indian' Spotted Eagle?
It does, I will send you the chapter
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