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      Found a baby bird or a sick or injured bird?   07/11/17

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3 Birds from Durness, Scotland, June

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Probably will not be able to ID, but here's the best picture of this far off bird:


This bird almost made a cricket like noise and flitted up and down in the grass a lot:










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On 11/29/2017 at 10:44 AM, misspt said:

Ok, I totally lied. It's a bunch of birds from Scotland.  Here is a gull, Yellow legged or herring?



Yellow-legged, I think. Herring Gulls have pinkish feet.

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On 12/23/2017 at 12:17 AM, MattR said:

More likely to be a Lesser Black Backed Gull in Scotland. 

I'm not really good with Birds outside of Southeast asia, heheh

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Cormorant is the bird at sea, then what looks like a meadow pipit. Fulmar id is correct, then you have another meadow pipit, a wood warbler in Aviemore, and lesser black backed gull

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