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Help with ID please / Białowieża Forest, Poland

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Old Friday 17th May 2019, 19:49   #1
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Help with ID please / Białowieża Forest, Poland

#1 clearly a Thrush, but I'm not sure which one.
#2&3 may be the same bird
#4 I was wondering if it could be Red-breasted flycatcher, female perhaps, common in this forest. I know the photo doesn't really help much

Thank you all for your feedback.

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Old Friday 17th May 2019, 19:53   #2
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1 Song Thrush
2&3 Sedge Warbler
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Thank you Dave! Much appreciated.

Wondering which may be the 3rd bird. The beak and the eye points to Red-breasted flycatcher IMO.

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Pic #4 looks to me like a female Common Whitethroat.
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Old Friday 17th May 2019, 20:59   #5
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You're probably right, Steve. Thanks.

Here's 3 more pics of the bird.

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You're probably right, Steve. Thanks.

Here's 3 more pics of the bird.

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The extra pics confirm Common Whitethroat
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