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Name a Bird You've Photographed (5 Viewers)

Sticking with the small theme....

3873. Little Cuckoo-dove Macropygia ruficeps Thailand

All the best

Paul
 

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Little Greenbul was one I saw last time in my eight days at Murchison Falls NP but without a pic. I recorded 296 species last time of which I photographed 231 species. Staying with little...

3875. Little Swift Apus affinis Western Sahara

Last should have been 3874.

All the best

Paul
 

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Using white-throated...

3878. White-throated Bulbul Alophoixus flaveolus Thailand

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Paul
 

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Here we go. It is time...

3880. Ivory-billed Aracari Pteroglossus azara Peru

Now time for someone to play their Ivory-billed Woodpecker pic. Anyone....?

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Paul
 

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I've seen Ivory-billed Woodcreeper, but no photo. Thanks for the opportunity, though.
3881. Citron-throated Toucan, Ramphastos citreolaemus (IOC)
RN Cañon del Río Claro, Antioquia, Colombia August 2019
 

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Another toucanet....

3882. Blue-banded Toucanet Aulacorhynchus coeruleicinctis Peru

All the best

Paul
 

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Another toucanet...

3884. Golden-collared Toucanet Selenidera reinwardtii Peru

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Paul
 

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Twenty unplayed Toucans, Aracaris & Toucanets but sadly I have seen none of them - let alone photographed any.... Apologies.

So I will need to use Spotted & switch to a nightjar. I have a few nightjars.

3886. Spotted Nightjar Eurostopodus argus Australia

I will have to edit that one at some point!

All the best

Paul
 

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3888. I have just seen Japanese Wagtail cooling down at the river. Place: Utoro, Shiretoko, Hokkaido. Date: June 16, 2024.View attachment 1585702

The idea behind the thread is to play species with a link to the previous species - this could be part of the name - colour, scientific name, etc; or geographical; or to be taxonomic - part of the same family or grouping; or to be something more imaginative. As available species reduce, imagination will need to increase. I suspect that there is more overlap on species photographed than species seen as some species may be widespread but difficult to photograph.

The species also should be unplayed so one of the species on the spreadsheet that does not have a number alongside showing that it had been played. The other column is a taxonomic number. We are playing IOC taxonomy.

Japanese Wagtail has been played and I am unclear on the link. It was played at 1,013 on the spreadsheet.


But I suspect that there may be species to be played of which you may have photographs. :)

All the best

Paul
 
Another scrubwren....

3888. Tasmanian Scrubwren Sericornis humilis Tasmania, Australia

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Paul
 

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Using "scrub" for relating to the last entry:
Fulvous-faced Scrub-Tyrant, Euscarthmus fulviceps, at Reservorio de Tinajones, Lambayeque, Peru in October 2019
 

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