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  1. Common yellowthroat

    Common yellowthroat

    The male common yellowthroat, with his distinctive mask, always lurking down in the dense reeds and bush by the waterline, making him very difficult to photograph around here!
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    Warblers in Slovakia

    Three warblers encountered in Slovakia in August 2020.
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    Warbler and duck in the Netherlands--Haren

    Observed on 02.08.2020 The warbler(s) could be one of the Whitethroats. The duck may be a female Tufted? Not sure, the bill seems off.
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    Warblers in Jordan

    Both birds observed on 06.01.2020 on the Dead Sea coast close to Amman. Not sure about the first one. The second one may be a Graceful Prinia. Thanks for any help!
  5. Booted Warbler

    Booted Warbler

    A chance find. Thank you for your kind appreciation of my previous posts. Image cropped, re-sized, levels adjusted and minimally sharpened.
  6. Black-throated Blue Warbler

    Black-throated Blue Warbler

    Black-throated Blue Warbler
  7. Black-and-White Warbler

    Black-and-White Warbler

    Black-and-White Warbler
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    warbler, Spore

    Hi, Got a blur image of this warbler in Singapore last weekend. With the 2 markings on its wing, could I ID it as a yellow browed warbler? Thank you so much in advance.🙏🙏🙏
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    Chiffchaff or Willow Warbler

    Hello, I couldn't identify clearly this two birds. Are they both or is any of them Willow Warbler? Thanks in advance. Place: Bolu / Turkey Date: 24 Oct 2020
  10. Orange-crowned Warbler 2, Somerville SP, .jpg

    Orange-crowned Warbler 2, Somerville SP, .jpg

    Orange-crowned Warbler (Leiothlypis celata celata) Gleaning insects from a small dogfennel (Eupatorium capillifolium: Asteraceae)
  11. Warbler of Chiffchaff!

    Warbler of Chiffchaff!

    I thought this was Chiffchaff, the call was not loud but sounded like it but looking at the lg and some other feature, I am unsure. Anyone can help me confirm this beautiful little guy Vimal
  12. Himalayas - 513

    Himalayas - 513

    Himalayas - 513 The bowl got even more crowded for a little while ... ... creating moments of magic ... for me to cherish and share ... ___________ Indian White-eye Grey-hooded Warbler Black-throated Tit Green-backed Tit Ranikhet Hill Station Alt. 6500 feet Uttarakhand Himalayas India...
  13. Himalayas - 512

    Himalayas - 512

    Himalayas - 512 It is easy to see how tiny the Grey-hooded is ... ... when juxtaposed with these Tits ... who themselves qualfy as small birds ... A lucky shot at that ever so popular terracotta bowl in a lovely spot in Himalayas ... ___________ Green-backed Tit Black-lored Tit...
  14. Himalayas - 511

    Himalayas - 511

    Himalayas - 510 Himalayas ... are home to big beasts ... Elephants Leopards ... Tigers Griffons ... Golden Eagles ... ... as well as tiny wonders like Black-chinned Babblers and ... a host of Warblers and Flycatchers ... like the one here ... __________ Gray-hooded Warbler Ranikhet Hill...
  15. Himalayas - 510

    Himalayas - 510

    Himalayas - 510 Here's a closer look at the patient awrbler ... ... waiting ... for Tits to finish and give him a chance to use the waterbowl ... And ... ... he did get a chance ... albeit briefly ... __________ Hume's Warbler Ranikhet Hill Station Alt. 6500 feet Uttarakhand Himalayas...
  16. Himalayas - 509

    Himalayas - 509

    Himalayas - 509 And ... while the ebullient Tits had all the fun at the pool ... this poor fellow waited at the edge ... to get a chance to refill ___________________ Black-throated Tit and Hume's Warbler Ranikhet Hill Station Alt. 6500 feet Uttarakhand Himalayas India 19...
  17. Himalayas - 506

    Himalayas - 506

    Himalayas - 506 In this season of Himalayan rarities here's one more ... ... only three images in the database here ... before this ... and ... another with only two video-clips in the mega database of ebird / ML ... one of them by us, a while ago ... not good but I'm sharing the link...
  18. Blackburnian Warbler

    Blackburnian Warbler

    A big fall-out brought this hungry warbler, which fearlessly fed as many birders looked on.
  19. WarblerUnknown


    Going to have to take this one to the ID thread. Initially I thought it was a young Yellow Rumped Warbler, but it was constantly bobbing its tail up and down, which I have never seen a YRW do. Could it be a young Palm Warbler?
  20. Common Chiffchaff

    Common Chiffchaff

    This beautiful CommonChiffchaff (Phylloscopus collybita) was seen basking in the morning sun in a wildlife sanctuary in Rajasthan India. On closer inspection I found her(his) mate sitting nearby too.