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    Default mystery wing

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    Possibly Ulmus procera?

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    is it me do I need to change me glasses - as am seeing two images here a tree full of leaves in the main frame and a Gull as a thumbnail
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    Right in the middle of the pic. Pale flanks and yellowy/green on the wings, looks like a phyllosc - Yellow brow?

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    Thanks Odonate found the Wllow Warbler in the Elm but still confused by the gull thumbnail
    Last edited by Howard King; November 19th, 2010 at 08:29 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howard King View Post
    Thanks Odonate found the Wllow Warbler in the Elm but still confused by the gull thumbnail
    I have a kittiwake picture in my signature.

    Here is a bigger crop, make it easier to see. No correct answer yet.


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    Ok, perhaps not a Phyllosc then - How about Red-eyed Vireo?

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    Wood Warbler?

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    Buff-barred Warbler (Phylloscopus pulcher)!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ML-S View Post
    Buff-barred Warbler (Phylloscopus pulcher)!
    Hope not! Coz' if it is, we've all missed a UK first . . .

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