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Guess the bird- (3 Viewers)

Hello,

at first I thought the smooth peachy cream are good for a Northern Wheater, a Common Redstart or a Brambling, I am puzzled now.

All Wheatear should have gone by end of october, its rare for a Redstart to show more intense hues on the breast than on the flanks (like in this bird) so my guess would be a Brambling.
If this is right, the contrasts are reduced due to picture quality.
 
Hello,

at first I thought the smooth peachy cream are good for a Northern Wheater, a Common Redstart or a Brambling, I am puzzled now.

All Wheatear should have gone by end of october, its rare for a Redstart to show more intense hues on the breast than on the flanks (like in this bird) so my guess would be a Brambling.
If this is right, the contrasts are reduced due to picture quality.
Neither of the three, unfortunately. (I have a real talent for taking such photos, you see.)
 

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