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Another few from Crete (1 Viewer)

Deb335077

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Please help with 3 more

1. Could this be a little stint
2 could this be an Italian sparrow
And could 3 could this be a female Sardinian Warbler


Thanks for any help given
 

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Alexander Stöhr

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Hello,
I agree with you:
1 cy Little Stint and Sardinian Warbler.
Second might well be an Italien Sparrow (=I see nothing wrong for it), but I dont know about current status. Yes, greyish feathers on the crown and lack of streaking to the flanks is not good for Spanish Sparrow, but please note that fresh plumaged Spanish Sparrows can lack any pattern on the flanks. Yes, back should be more blackish due to streaking in Spanish Sparrow, too.
 
ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia
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