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  • I need help identify Nuthatch subspecies.

    In Sweden the "normal" subspecies of Nuthatch is Sitta europaea europaea. From Denmark and further west to the UK + Poland and som other places in Europe Sitta eurpaea caesia is the "normal" Nuthatch. Now we have found a couple of birds here where I live in southern Sweden that I think look exactly like the caesia. What do you think? The last picture is of our "normal" Nuthatch
    Best regards

    Bo
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    Last edited by Wilhelm; 2 weeks ago.

  • #2
    OK - Upload an attachment and then use the option to INSERT the attachment in your message post.

    Like this:

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    Ian
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    • #3
      Thanks Ian. I will try again.

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      • #4
        it does look like the wood nuthatch (Sitta europaea) ...we have a similar one out here: chestnut-bellied nuthatch (Sitta cinnamoventris)..
        regards.



        regards.
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        E510, E3, E-PL1,E620 ,E-5,OM-D
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        • #5
          Super shots, Bo! Would you mind sharing info about the great used?

          Ian
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          • #6
            Thank you Raj, and a very beautiful bird and great pictures. Hi Ian and thank you very much. The lens is the m.zuiko 300/f4.0 and the camera is the Olympus E-M1X. Thanks for your help. I'm glad that this place still is here and some of who I consider as my friends still are here.

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            • #7
              Here is an other bird. I guess it's some intermediate form, with it's apricot coloured feathers. I think she is a beauty.

              Regards Bo

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