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Old Saturday 28th September 2019, 20:51   #1
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Phyllsoc from Norway.

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This bird taken in June in Norway have a plumage and pale legs matching Willow Warbler, but primary projections looks very short. Any comment about that ?

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Old Sunday 29th September 2019, 16:09   #2
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Bump... I guess it should not be so tough ?
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I guess it should not be so tough ?
That's exactly why!
Willow Warbler without too much of a problem.
You can't see the wings properly.
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It does look short for WW - but you also can't see a 6th PP emargination
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Old Sunday 29th September 2019, 16:57   #5
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It does look short for WW - but you also can't see a 6th PP emargination
OK, thanks, indeed.
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That's exactly why!
Willow Warbler without too much of a problem.
You can't see the wings properly.
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Ok Jean, bt if people like more complicated stuff... what do you think of my African Paradise-Flycatcher subspecies ?
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