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Passer sp. (Central Spain) (1 Viewer)

SLopezM

Sergio López Martín
Hello again! I took this picture today in Central Spain. Do you think it is Passer hispaniolensis?
 

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Nutcracker

Stop Brexit!
Irregular grey crown centre, and no heavy black marks on the flanks - surely a hybrid P. domesticus x P. hispaniolensis?
 

PYRTLE

Old Berkshire Boy
I think that could be a sunlight effect on the crown and or a twig N. Also the heavy black hasn't yet come through. I saw some very recently in Cyprus alongside some better marked individuals
 
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