Two different birds are now present in The Netherlands!
Birding in Malta
The second White-crowned Wheatear in a week! Totally different bird from the one posted earlier. Note small white feathers on crown and belly. This is only the 4th confirmed record for the Maltese Islands.
White-crowned Black Wheatear, a very rare bird in Malta, with only three records, the first of which dates back to 18 April 1872. Charles Wright identified it and published the record, stating it was a new bird for Europe. The other two published records were in April 1998, in March 2016. There is an unpublished record in April 2017. This bird is the fifth record for Malta.
Found by Antonio Portales on 16-04
Birding The Strait
It was found some days earlier by local birders. It moves between the Spanish and the Moroccan border.
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