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  1. There are several different species of motmot. Difficult light but this could be a broad billed motmot.
  2. This looks like a Coppersmith Barbet. My book only shows India and South Asia so can't confirm whether they range that far East. I've seen them in southern India - nice bird.
  3. Agreed Egyptian Goose. These still count on the BOU British List as Class C (self sustaining population introduced species).
  4. 1. Great Cormorant with Canada Goose and Greylag Goose in background. 2. (Juvenile) blackbird. 3. Black-headed Gull. 4. Great Tit. 5. Woodpigeon.
  5. Thanks for clarifying. I've never heard of the ABA so it's a little confusing that some of North America is in it and some is not. Perhaps there should be there forums: North America (ABA), Rest of the Americas (non ABA) and Rest of World. This would avoid the current confusion.
  6. Surely Costa Rica is in North America and all these threads about Costa Rican birds should be in the North American forum. Likewise Panama. At the minute they are swamping out this forum and the genuine Rest of World topics are getting drowned out.
  7. Taken in Mudumalai National Park in India. 1. I'm 90% sure this is a Crested-serpent Eagle. 2. No idea and I could never see the whole bird through the bush. The eye is the most striking feature. Many thanks for your help.
  8. I was wondering about Ashy Crowned Sparrow Lark both M and F for the first two. I have no idea on the wader.
  9. Please help with ID of the following from March 2019: 1. Unkown - Hampi, Southern India. 2. Unknown - Hampi, Southern India. 3. Wader - Mysore, Southern India. Thank you very much.
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