Isabelline


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These are the Daurian or Isabelline Shrike, Temminck's Stint, Common Sandpiper and Wood Sandpiper.
These are the Daurian or Isabelline Shri-ke, Temminck's Stint, Common Sandpiper and Wood Sandpiper.
The Indian Silverbill had seemingly returned to India and the Sardinian Warbler to Sardinia and the "loads of migrants" amounted to a female Isabelline Shrike -- a great bird but scarcely "loads.
Other eastern European species such as the Isabelline wheatear and shrike have also turned up on Holy Island.
The Isabelline shrike spotted near South Shields, South Tyneside, over the weekend should have been on its migration from China or Mongolia to North Africa.
The most active species during that period, and along the year, were the small-sized Kuhl's pipistrelle, Pipistrellus kuhlii, beyond the medium-sized Isabelline serotine, Eptesicus isabellinus, two southern species in the Western Palaearctic.
The competition featured contestants aged between 10 and 15 years and the participating teams hunted migratory birds such as quail, northern wheatear and Isabelline wheatear by using traditional traps made from tree branches.
Barthomolew (Iglesia de San BartolomA[c]), which is a fine example of Isabelline Gothic architecture.
We consider the Porcupine we observed to be of isabelline coloration.
Last year's rare birds spotted in Teesmouth and East Cleveland included Isabelline Wheatear, Eastern Crowned Warbler, Black Scoter and Black Winged Pratincole.