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Re: Newbie request for identification

Subject: Re: Newbie request for identification
From: "David Darrell-Lambert" daviddarrellla=
Date: Mon Jun 25, 2012 2:04 pm ((PDT))

I would have said Greenfinch call, I've not heard Redpolls give calls like =
that. Hopefully not a Water Rail again ;-)

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On 25 Jun 2012, at 20:34, Graham Meadows <> wrote:

> Hi Serge
> Thanks for the positive ID, Next mission is to photograph the offender!
> All the best
> Graham
> On Monday 25 Jun 2012 14:36:07 you wrote:
> >
> > It definitely has a fringillid taste (carduelis sp. or fringilla sp.),
> > even though
> > I doubt it's a Greenfinch.
> > [But there are Greenfinch's calls in the background, e.g. at 20", 26",
> > 29", and almost permanently after 35".]
> >
> > My best bet was Eurasian Siskin, but I was not convinced.
> > I asked people more knowledgeable than me, and got a
> > satisfactory answer: It's a Common Redpoll _Carduelis flammea_/
> >
> > Listen to:

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