Unknown ID and troubled birding photography

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Detail,  NF Photo 121113,  lärkslätten, Morocco

Being a bird photographer in Morocco was not easy. First, as very often, the birds are far off. In this case also almost impossible to see. Our tour guide spotted it and told us where to look. I did see vague movements and directed my camera to the bushes. Hoping for the best. I took the shot with my 500mm lens. When I went through the shots to pick a bird for Bird D´Pot I had to look several times before I found the bird in the shot. But it was there. Sad, to say, is that I don´t know the species. Has to be in the list of birds though. So I have to see if I can find it.

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  1. Wow, it's amazing you even found the bird! It blends in so well!

  2. Herlige bilder, skjønner godt det du skriver. Nesten umulig å se!

  3. Perfect camo job!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  4. Oh my goodness, I know just what you are going through trying to ID a certain bird. I still have two from way long ago that I have not been able to identify. I hope some day you can find out what it is. It certainly is well camouflaged. That is what makes nature so grand!!!

  5. The bird sure is well camouflaged!

  6. Great camouflage and sighting!

  7. Oj, den var verkligen svår att upptäcka.


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