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Name a Bird You've Seen 2 (3 Viewers)

Larry Sweetland

Formerly 'Larry Wheatland'
I actually had to search through Bristol-Kagu because some of the Australian ones I was sure you must have seen! Apparently not though...
The ones that are left aren't easy, but I'm sure there are some BFers that will have seen some of them, eg the emu-wren, grey honey, the miner, the whistler.and a couple of the parrots. Maybe even some of the grasswrens and quailthrushes.

I dare someone to ask Birdboybowley if he saw Black Grasswren 😁
 

Jeff Hopkins

Just another...observer
United States
I went through what I have left: 9 from S. America, 7 from Kenya, 2 each from Hispaniola, Myanmar, Sichuan, and The Philippines, and one each from Costa Rica and Kazakhstan.

Sorry I can't help on Indonesia or Australia.
 
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foresttwitcher

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United Kingdom
There's some potentially low-hanging fruit for anyone who has been to Angola/Zambia/Tanzania. Also there are some Madagascan endemics left for anyone who has been there, particularly wetland stuff. @foresttwitcher seems to have posted some Malagasy stuff and might have some more to contribute.

A handful of species from some more well visited places too like Costa Rica, Australia, South Africa and Thailand that I'm surprised have not gone too.

Other than that, the biggest gains will be from anyone who has taken the time to thoroughly island-hop through the Philippines, Indonesia and Melanesia.
Will, I've got 3 Madagascar species left when the chance occurs... make that 5, I've just found a couple more! And one from East Africa.
 
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cajanuma

Well-known member
The vast majority of mine are from South America, with a couple from Mexico and a handful from Africa (Ethiopia & Cameroon). Someone will have to play off my Spangled Coquette to get the ball rolling again
 

Trystan

Well-known member
Found another species on the list so I'm up to two. Was really struggling to play one though but how about this:

Hummingbirds drink nectar which is used by bees to produce honey so:

8398. Least Honeyguide
 

cajanuma

Well-known member
Found another species on the list so I'm up to two. Was really struggling to play one though but how about this:

Hummingbirds drink nectar which is used by bees to produce honey so:

8398. Least Honeyguide
8400 Dwarf Cuckoo

is the numbering right?
 

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