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I took this bird on holiday in Egypt in the hotel grounds. I'm not sure if it is a willow warbler or a chiff chaff or something else. Can anyone help please?
Thank you to all who voted yesterday
Well i will go out on a limb and suggest this may be an Iberian Chiffchaff, it has a broken eyering which rules out Willow warbler. Brighter green mantle, yellowish wash to the supercillium (eyestripe), these can be variable, and i cannot rule out a warbler im not familiar with.
Sorry its guess at best but does look ok for this species.
Its a cracking little bird, hope someone can be positive on the ID.
A most beautiful photograph, superbly captured with great detail and glorious colour.
Cracking Image Like it a lot- ID I can't be certain but I do suspect it is a Willow Warbler - but difficult to be sure. Its colours are certainly fresh and it could be a young or pre--breeding bird! Hope you manage to get someone to nail this one!
not sure but6 its a grt shot
Not sure of ID but is a great shot ,
A super capture. ID wise looks like a Willow Warbler.
Its a lovely shot, cant be sure but i think its a Willow Warbler.
Lovely detailed sharp shot not sure aboot the id but i know what it isnae............................................................. a greyhound lolTake care Dennis
Hi Dennis, call into Max Spielmann in Worksop to find a surprise.......
Whatever it is ...it's nice.
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