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TWilliams
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Hi guys

I have a picture of a bird that i was hopeing one of your residents experts might help me identify.

I did try and attach a picture, but I kept getting an error message, martinis etc.

Is there anyone I could email the pics to?

Any assist greatly appreciated, my email address is tony.williams@city-holdings.co.uk

Thanks in advance

Tony

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Jan-17-2006 @ 6:16 AM                           Permalink
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Tony pictures have to be ‘Jpegs’ or ‘Gifs’ to upload someone like Paul (Shorebase) or NCSL would probably be able to convert and post for you.  Welcome to the forum. It would be interesting to see what you have got,

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I'd be happy to look at it as an old birdwatcher Wink

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Craig

Many thanks, I have forwarded to your email address.

Cheers

Tony

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looks egyptian goosy

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Don't think so it's legs are too long, looks like some sort of egret escaped from somewhere perhaps?

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I've had a good look, and pulled out the reference books and the nearest I can get is a 'purple swamp hen'!  If that's what it is - it's a very long way from home!

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According to one source, the 'Turkish and Caspian Breeders have a lighter greyish head' - this species is also known as 'Gallinule'

Any other ideas anyone - I'm only guessing!!

Danny

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