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Pipit ,Northern Greece (1 Viewer)

Alexander Stöhr

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No,
its a Tree Pipit. Quite easy rule:
I would have difficulties to rule out an Olive-backed Pipit (havent seen one yet), so its a Tree Pipit.
Please note:
  • strong, whitish supercilium, contrasting black loral stripe, dark-framed ear-coverts produce a clear-cut head pattern
  • blackish median coverts forming a clear row
  • the right OBP like jizz
 

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