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Gulf of Thailand - Dead bird (1 Viewer)

Aladdin

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Dear Members and Bird watchers!

Heavy rain, and I mean really heavy with strong winds on Gulf of Thailand. And I found this dead bird after the rain had passed. About 10 cm long. Is it possible t ID the bird with help of the pictures?

About 10 cm long.

Kind regards and happy birding
Aladdin
 

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Aladdin

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Thailand
Long undertail coverts and rather large feet make it an Locustella sp. . The wet plumage makes it difficult to really recognise features but I think Lanceolated Warbler could be good call...
Thank you!

Yes, there is quite a few Warblers in Gulf of Thailand this time of the year.

Really appreciated!

Kind regards
Aladdin
 

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