Mixed - Portugal, early December 2019 (1 Viewer)

monkeygoblin

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Hello all

I've finally had chance to go through my pictures of a great birding adventure in Portugal, particularly around the Tejo and Sado estuaries.

Apologies in advance for blurry pictures and the sheer volume!.. Any help is much appreciated as always...

More to come than just the one post...

Yellow Legged Gull?
Buzzard?
The others i'm unsure.
 

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monkeygoblin

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Part 2

Moorhen
Raptor, uncertain.
Dunlin
Black necked Grebe

??
 

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monkeygoblin

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Part 3

Crested or skylark?
Buzzard or Black Kite?
Chiffchaff?
 

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monkeygoblin

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Part 4

Help needed!
 

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monkeygoblin

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Last part, part 5

Green & Redshank?
Common ringed plover?
Dunlin?
Greenshank
Dunlin

?
 

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Danielibero

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Hello all

I've finally had chance to go through my pictures of a great birding adventure in Portugal, particularly around the Tejo and Sado estuaries.

Apologies in advance for blurry pictures and the sheer volume!.. Any help is much appreciated as always...

More to come than just the one post...

Yellow Legged Gull?
Buzzard?
The others i'm unsure.

I cant help you with the gulls. The second pic is a Northern Lapwing. The fourth a Stonechat and the last a female Marsh Harrier.
 

RafaelMatias

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Portugal
Post1:
Lesser Black-backed Gull: body striation too strong and extensive for YLG
Lapwing
Yellow-legged Gull
Common Stonechat
Marsh Harrier

Post2
Common Moorhen
Common Buzzard x 2
Dunlin
Black-necked Grebe

Post3
Thekla Lark
Common Buzzard x 2
Common Chiffchaff

Post 4
Common Chiffchaff x5

Post5
Greenshank + Redshank
Common Ringed Plover
Dunlin
Marsh Sandpiper: excelent record, this is a rarity in Portugal, please send photos and/or description to the rarities committee (if I recall properly there was one on the Tejo estuary in December previously reported)
Dunlin
 

monkeygoblin

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Thanks Daniel & Rafael, that's much appreciated.

Rafael, that's great, if only I had known that I was in the presence of such greatness!
Of course, I will contact the relevant persons.... I have an account on ebird but have rarely used it. Could you please point me in the right direction of how and who to contact?

For the record the Marsh Sandpiper was spotted at the northern end of the Sado estuary, just over the old disused bridge from a small farming village called Zambujal.

/M
 

RafaelMatias

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Portugal
Thanks Daniel & Rafael, that's much appreciated.

Rafael, that's great, if only I had known that I was in the presence of such greatness!
Of course, I will contact the relevant persons.... I have an account on ebird but have rarely used it. Could you please point me in the right direction of how and who to contact?

For the record the Marsh Sandpiper was spotted at the northern end of the Sado estuary, just over the old disused bridge from a small farming village called Zambujal.

/M
You can try and contact them here: https://www.facebook.com/pg/Comité-Português-de-Raridades-Spea-761128810922431/posts/
The old address I had seems to be no longer active.
 

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