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Possible Trush Netherlands 19th of April 2020

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Old Sunday 19th April 2020, 18:11   #1
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Possible Trush Netherlands 19th of April 2020

Hello,

Could anybody help me ID this bird? Seen today (19th of April 2020) at Noordhollands Duinreservaat - Wimmenummerduinen (Egmond aan Zee, Dutch coast) in dune landscape. I noticed it first on the ground and it flew of to land near the top of one of the occasional bushes.

At first glance I supposed it was a Song Trush, but head seems to heavily marked, belly too white and tail too long. The underside of the wing is white.

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Frank
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Old Sunday 19th April 2020, 18:16   #2
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Woodlark, very nice.
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Ah, thank you! I confused myself because of the length of the tail (very short in Woodlark), but as the bird was perched its tail looked much longer from 3/4th view below than it actually was.

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