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Luscinia megarhynchos (Central Spain) (1 Viewer)


Sergio López Martín
Hello again! I saw this bird last June in Guadalajara (Spain). I would say it is a common nightingale (Luscinia megarhynchos), but I am not sure about it. What do you think?

I also include a link where you can check the original picture and a video of the bird moving. The original picture includes two arrows (one for the bird in doubt and another for a greenfinch) and a dashed line (it shows the area where the bird in doubt appears in the video).



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Agreed, looks a lot like a Nightingale in the video. The movement and the bob was very reminiscent of a giant robin as well.

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