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delia todd

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Maybe this time. Perhaps by the time it comes round again more people will have joined in and they'll have some "Q's" under their belts.

X will likely cause the next hiccup I guess.
 

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Superb Fairywren (wee beauties that was the cause of my trip to Oz!)
 

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(Black) Swan. I did mention the use of scientific or local names in post #2 having previously played a similar game on another forum. Y and Z will also be problematic, anyone got a photo of a wild Zebra Finch?
 

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(Grey) Teal
 

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Variegated Fairywren
 

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delia todd

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I changed it... my W will have to wait till the next round LOL
 

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I thought I had a Yellow-headed Blackbird with the scientific name of Xanthocephalus xanthocephalus.
I know I have some from Utah somewhere. Maybe next time. I the meantime here's a Y, a Yellow-throated Warbler which was a new yard tick recently.

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And here's the Zebra Finch.

He was a little out of range (100 km or so). No idea how it had turned up there.
 

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