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Bird ID Help, Thailand (1 Viewer)

SEdwards7

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Hi, would appreciate any confirmations or suggestions of these 2 bird IDs please.

1. I think it may be a Dark-necked Tailorbird? It was located at Baan Maka Nature Lodge just outside Kaeng Krachan, Thailand - 23/10
2. Was a small bird in the undergrowth in the Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand - 24/10



thanks for any help :)
 

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foresttwitcher

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United Kingdom
For 1, with the proviso that I have not seen one, I would go for female Dark-necked Tailorbird as I do not see the supercilium of Common but the dark streaking is weak - best wait for someone with field experience to comment!
 

Grahame Walbridge

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It's a female Dark-necked, not the best angle but, note rufous cap extends to rear eye level and you just make out (diagnostic) yellow vent. Agree Puff-throated Babbler for 2nd bird.

Grahame
 

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