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Google Street View birding (1 Viewer)

If you can, best to slot the recent additions into IOC order, otherwise you'll end up forgetting what's what and start double-counting birds we've already had

Not got the patience or time to do that - will just CTRL+F search anything needing added. If anyone else wants to re-order the list.....feel free. :)
 
@Birdbrain22
I see both Black-headed Heron and Hamerkop as Street View, not See inside.

@Stonefaction
I think at least two to the right are Lesser Striped Swallows.

Can somebody PM me a list of birds from that Google Street View Facebook group with URLs, please? I have no Facebook.
 
@Birdbrain22
I see both Black-headed Heron and Hamerkop as Street View, not See inside.

@Stonefaction
I think at least two to the right are Lesser Striped Swallows.

Can somebody PM me a list of birds from that Google Street View Facebook group with URLs, please? I have no Facebook.

Yes... i just wasn't sure that was a Hamerkop in the Black-headed Heron pic. I tried to work it for a different angle but no luck. My deleted post was for another pic I had of King Penguins... started as streetview then went to See inside.
 
@Birdbrain22
I see both Black-headed Heron and Hamerkop as Street View, not See inside.

@Stonefaction
I think at least two to the right are Lesser Striped Swallows.

Can somebody PM me a list of birds from that Google Street View Facebook group with URLs, please? I have no Facebook.

Looks like a group, I have facebook, but don’t “do” facebook, so shan't be joining the group to look.

I did give you the Ivory Gull already though in case you missed it https://www.birdforum.net/showpost.php?p=3985804&postcount=586
 
@Nutcracker - the list I posted is only on as far as post #580, so anything after that requires your yes/no for acceptance, and adding to the list.
 
After posting it as a possible Bee-Eater I kept finding Swallows around Tirana which appeared to be Red Rumped which then led to the same conclusion that it was probably another Red Rumped Swallow. Glad to have a second opinion.
 

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