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  • Today at WWT Welney (bird ID help needed!)

    I've put my guesses against each...

    Reed Warbler...



    Very handsome Avocet



    Sedge Warbler...



    Grey Heron



    Juvenile Reed Warbler...



    Female Whitethroat...



    Great Crested Grebe



    Non-breeding adult Black Tailed Godwit


  • #2
    Re: Today at WWT Welney (bird ID help needed!)

    Walti,

    Last wader looks like a Redshank to me, some nice images too.
    Many Thanks,

    Thomas.

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    • #3
      Re: Today at WWT Welney (bird ID help needed!)

      Not a clue but I really like the one you've labelled "Avocet".
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      • #4
        Re: Today at WWT Welney (bird ID help needed!)

        Originally posted by Thomas Westhead View Post
        Walti,

        Last wader looks like a Redshank to me, some nice images too.
        Many thanks.

        I'll have to go back and see if I can see the leg colour to decide!

        Welney is actively running a breeding program for the Godwit which is why I'm favouring that - but I'm really unsure which it is! There is a couple of other options according to my book!

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