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Old Tuesday 6th November 2012, 10:14   #76
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Cetti's, Siskin, Great Tit & Greenfinch.
Finally! Well done Neil People seemed to give up on that one
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Old Tuesday 6th November 2012, 12:59   #77
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I think it was the greenfinch I struggled with Joe. Very enjoyable though all the same.

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Old Wednesday 11th September 2013, 14:18   #78
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I haven't done one of these in a looong time but thought i'd rejuvenate this thread with another 4-in-1. Again, all of these are british birds... good luck!

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Old Wednesday 11th September 2013, 14:27   #79
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Jay, Pied Wagtail, Golden Pheasant and House Sparrow.

1 out of 4 is a start

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Old Wednesday 11th September 2013, 14:32   #80
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2 out of 4 rich, better than you expected...
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Old Wednesday 11th September 2013, 16:51   #81
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Pied wagtail, Woodpigeon, Jay, Pheasant
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Old Wednesday 11th September 2013, 17:03   #82
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Actually scrub that. Let's be outrageous.

Bluethroat (juv), Woodpigeon, Jay, Pheasant
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Old Thursday 12th September 2013, 09:15   #83
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First answer was more accurate Jack Dawe! Woodpigeon is the only one wrong - it's certainly causing the most trouble. I'm afraid mr rob laughton has already got it right on our facebook page, so it's facebook 1 birdforum 0!
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I'm thinking a Bunting Joe. So lets go for Lapland Bunting. Or Tree Sparrow.

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Old Friday 13th September 2013, 14:19   #85
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Not quite along the right lines yet Rich. Clue time: It's the wings, rump and feet together - a very common garden bird though one that has declined by about 60/70% in the past 40 years. Belongs to a 'murmuration'.
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For those who were interested, it was a juvenile Starling.
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I know you mentioned murmuration Joe but I just couldn't see a Starling. Juvenile didn't enter my head at all.

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Time to revive a very old thread! Another 4 species mixed together, but can you name them?
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Beak to tail: Dunnock, Goldfinch, Reed Bunting, Starling.
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Stonechat, Goldfinch, don't know and Starling

EDIT; Yes, Reed Bunting looks good, but I'm sticking with Stonechat over Dunnock :)
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Great guesses - Nutcracker got 2 right, JWN got 3 right...
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Stonechat, Goldfinch, House Sparrow, Starling.
Got it in one! Well done Jack
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