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Plover sp. Waxham (Norfolk) 16//2/10 (1 Viewer)

Cheshire Birder

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Certainly does look like a Grey Plover (as one bird information service earlier claimed) to me but I'm no expert on AGP so i'll reserve judgement.



Kent Birder
Certainly no Grey Plover IMO. Looks pretty good for AGP but I wouldn't want to say anything for sure without better shots (no offence)
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Birding Bob

Robert Williamson
Unfortunately Jim has no pictures showing primary projection.

Also I’ve been told that RBA have copies of these pictures and still have not ruled out AGP.

Connor Rand

Norwich resident, Holme devotee
Also worth noting that there has been a 'grey' Golden Plover in this part of Norfolk in the last couple of years.
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