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Azan Khan

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Hello everyone, is this a Yellowhammer, female? I need valuable feedback on this significant record. It was already suggested as such by couple of people on Facebook but I need to be more careful with this individual.

Because if turned out so, it would be the 2nd National Record for Pakistan. Thanks in advance :))

(Photos were captured at Margalla Hills National Park, Islamabad, Pakistan on 1st March, 2022 by Ayesha Jamal Leghari)
 

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With such a rather unmarked head, it looks like an Ortolan Bunting (first winter) to me, which would also be a very good record for Pakistan.
The bird to exclude would of course be Grey-necked Bunting.
 
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