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delia todd

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According to Avibase there are other "Zorzal" species, so could you put Redwing "Zorzal alirrojo" (Spanish).

This will leave more Zorzal's to be played ... see here: Avibase - The World Bird Database

That is if everyone is in agreement LOL (though as a Moderator, I shouldn't really be encouraging non-English names, should I!!:whistle:
 

mjh73

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I had a Z but was too slow off the mark.
Next round ;)

I like threads like these because you get to learn new stuff. I feel that if we can have english common names and scientific (greco-latin) then why not spanish?
 

delia todd

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I couldn't believe it. When I went to look earlier I found I seem to be completely out of A birds now.

BF Brown Honeyeater ABC thread.jpg

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delia todd

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Red-winged Fairywren

Not the only one I saw but the only half-decent picture I got. Putting that into the terrible pictures category LOL

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