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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.

Guess which bird from my terrible photo? (4 Viewers)

The other, slightly better, pictures I got of this particular dunnock
 

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Possibly a harder one
probably not though as some people can ID a spot
 

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Hello,
here I need location at least. If taken in Europe,
there are only two possible species: Grey or Purple Heron.
Its a Grey Heron imo by:
  • greyish (pale) looking wings (lacking dark or browhnish or purple hues)
  • dark legs (clearly yellow or orange in many Purple Herons)
 
Ive found one! (maybe)

P.S. If it helps I live in Hemel Hempstead, England
 

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Hello,
again: location please!
If taken in Europe, its a Buzzard type. But which one?
I see nothink wrong for the default Common Buzzard. Its no Honey Buzzard, and it doesnt look like a Rough legged at first. But after brighten the image, I realized that bad artefacts changes important features.
If an confident ID is needed I hope for others to jump in ( Tom and others) or more pictures
 

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