Birds eyes.

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  1. Kildale

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    I have posted this close up of a birds eye, do you know what bird it is? I will post the answer tomorrow and another birds eye.

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  3. Raddang

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    Is it a crow?
     
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    Sorry, not a crow.
     
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    A starling?
     
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  6. Kildale

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    Sorry, not a starling. The answer will be the full image of this photo.
     
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    I felt convinced it is a member of the crow family but could it be a water bird.....Guillemot or Cormorant
     
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    Sorry, not a water bird. May be hard to ID if you are not in North America. It is probably the size of an English thrush or blackbird.
     
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    Hmmm - I'm guessing redwing black bird........
     
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    Another sorry, not the redwing The redwing does not have a red eye.

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    OK, time for another bird, not many tried to ID the TOWHEE.

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    The bird for today.

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    The Towhee is a beautiful bird. Wouldn't have known that one.

    This one ....... hmmm - something in the gull family?
     
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    Haematopus bachmani ?
     
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    Too clever for me by far Sjoerd :like:. But I believe another bird no longer seen in Western Europe.
     
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    Very Good an A plus for you.

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    Should put in another one.

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