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Latham's Snipe





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Nice work Victor.
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Funny bird Victor
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It was very difficult to see it among last year's vegetation.
It's good that he sang the song
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Western meadowlark


White-throated sparrow


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Great light in the first one Charles (maybe could be a little darker)
And a nice view in the second
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Originally posted by Dopol Dopol wrote:

Great light in the first one Charles (maybe could be a little darker)
And a nice view in the second


Thanks Domien. I will change it and see.
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Common Redshank
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A low quality shot from dusk, just half an hour ago. I rescued this little bird from the jaws of the cat of the neighbour.
But, what it is? Passer Domesticus?

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That was my guess too, a House Sparrow.
Did he fly off eventually?
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Harm maybe a wren? Like bob said, did it fly?
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Yeah, it flew away, and not into the Jaws of Black cat Mousse.

Before that, it made a few times a nasty sharp noise.
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On Flickr they suggest a juvenile Tree creeper, because it was walking easily on the wall. I think it might be possible as well.

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