dbradnum said:I'll have a Naumann's Thrush please...
... or if it's coming from the other direction, another Yellow-throated Vireo.
Where do I start?! I've been singularly unlucky with American warblers, so almost any of them would be a Brit tick. An American Redstart would do me nicely, but Magnolia Warbler would be better. Or Blackburnian, N Parula, Hooded, Wilson's - you name it! Oh, and can I have a Pallas's Sandgrouse, please? - in Devon/Cornwall.JWN Andrewes said:How about you Jason, what are you crossing your fingers for?
Grrrr.... some people have seen too much! I only just realised that both Naumann's were in Woodford (NE London), basically where I live.... that's an amazing coincidence.Tim Allwood said:seeing as i've had both of them already.... sorry Dave!!! ....I think a self found Pech Pipit scuzzing around in the grass at Waxham would be nice even if not a brit tick... or a stunning male Sibe Thrush, Lancey, Sibe Rubythroat etc which would be welcome new birds