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I didn’t photograph many birds during a recent visit to Lisbon, Portugal. But I did come away with four types that I can use help identifying. Thank you! 32869A5B-6DCC-402F-89A8-A4439E61FCE9.jpeB7E1340B-F990-485D-B298-B0B0519BF239.jpeF82EF8A2-5A39-4508-B6B5-6887F1951334.jpe70909009-F76C-4998-B88B-6B4E43456207.jpe

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1- a redstart, a common redstart, I think 

2- white wagtail

3- ruddy turnstone 

4- male european blackbird 

I hope you enjoyed your visit to Lisbon, it’s such a beautiful place!

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The first photo is a Black Redstart. Commons are buffier overall and are in Portugal only in the breeding season — a sighting at this time of the year would be quite remarkable.

I agree with the rest, although more common names for the last bird are Common or Eurasian Blackbird.

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22 hours ago, akandula said:

The first photo is a Black Redstart. Commons are buffier overall and are in Portugal only in the breeding season — a sighting at this time of the year would be quite remarkable.

I agree with the rest, although more common names for the last bird are Common or Eurasian Blackbird.

Agreed.

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