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Wood Warbler? (1 Viewer)

Deb Burhinus

Used to be well known! 😎
Europe
...still,in this case (?) you settled some (?) arguments for WW from the beginning - I just wanted to emphasize ....ALSO the agreement of some knowledgable (?) birders -

Well I suppose I should thank you for acknowledging I settled ‘some’ arguments...‘in this case’ (as opposed to others I have commented on?) And thank you too I suppose in pointing out that as ‘some knowledgeable birders’ ‘also’ agreed with me this time, it gave those arguments a credence that otherwise would have been presumably lacking! :smoke:
 

lou salomon

the birdonist
Well I suppose I should thank you for acknowledging I settled ‘some’ arguments...‘in this case’ (as opposed to others I have commented on?) And thank you too I suppose in pointing out that as ‘some knowledgeable birders’ ‘also’ agreed with me this time, it gave those arguments a credence that otherwise would have been presumably lacking! :smoke:

:-O:-O:-O if you like to see it this way. but no..
 

Parker

Uncomfortably Numb.
Well I suppose I should thank you for acknowledging I settled ‘some’ arguments...‘in this case’ (as opposed to others I have commented on?) And thank you too I suppose in pointing out that as ‘some knowledgeable birders’ ‘also’ agreed with me this time, it gave those arguments a credence that otherwise would have been presumably lacking! :smoke:

I think Lou was including you as one of the “knowledgeable birders” Deb, from seeing many of your posts I certainly would for what it’s worth.

PS, I agree both birds are Willow Warblers, not that it really needs saying.
 

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