Birds seen in Japan - video

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Subject: Birds seen in Japan - video
From: Tobias Hayashi <>
Date: Mon, 18 Jan 2010 17:24:06 +1000
Hi Rob,

I agree with Frank on most counts. Your varied tits are actually Great Tits. The Varied Tits are a bright orangey-red. The woodpeckers are Japanese Pygmy Woodpeckers, Lesser Spotted are rare residents in Hokkaido only. Agreed that there are some Bramblings there, after the gulls. 
The Hiroshima wagtail looks like a White Wagtail to me. Again, Yellow Wagtails are not very common in Japan. The Ohara unknown is, as Frank pointed out, a female Daurian Redstart. The males are much more distinctive. 


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