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Wheatears, Spain (1 Viewer)

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Jan Ebr
Czech Republic
After all those years, I am still not sure about autumn wheatears - two birds from NW Spain (1st photo 1 bird, 2nd/3rd photo second bird), I think 1st is Black-eared and 2nd may be Northern?
 

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CARERY

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Agree with Northern for both. One thing to start with is to look at the tail length in relation to wingtip. Northern = longest wing = relatively shortest tail
 

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