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Fugleart: Dobbeltbekkasin - (Gallinago gallinago) - Common Snipe
Fugleart (IOC): Dobbeltbekkasin (Gallinago gallinago) Common Snipe ssp. faeroeensis - species factsheet
Stemme: Stemmer findes her (eksternt link).
Lokalitet: Sørvágur / Vágar, Færøerne
Dato: 30. november 2010
Billede opsætning: Nikon D300
Fotograf: Rodmund á Kelduni, Færøerne
Uploadet den: 12. december 2010
Hits: Billedet har været vist 2607 gange.
DK List Ranking: Set af 1075 ud af totalt 1504 personer!



Kommentarer:

Matti Tero Lammin-Soila skriver mandag 13. december 2010 kl. 13.43
This is a Common Snipe. No split supercilium etc.


Rune Palmqvist skriver onsdag 15. december 2010 kl. 01.33
Dear Rodmund.

Do you have more pictures of this bird ? :-) To me there is something wrong with the bill for a common snipe. It is too thick and probably too short. I may be wrong.

Kindly, Rune


Rune Palmqvist skriver onsdag 15. december 2010 kl. 01.44
PS: Agree, not a jack snipe.


Carsten Murmann skriver onsdag 15. december 2010 kl. 14.29
Dear RODMUND,

As spectacular and extraordinary as Your
photo of Common S. in a Faeroese crystal stream,
25th Dec. of last year!

Above we even see its submersed Leg (= Cinclus),
and (unique in Netfugl's collection:) how 3
stripes (COMMON) join in the nape.

Also its Tail is remarkable, standing up like a
bit of a slim DAVIDOFF cigar, thigh-rolled by a
CARMEN.

Let us know if You have comments.
___________________
DANSK
Endnu et bogstaveligt fantastisk billede
af Db. bekk. i krystalklar rivende strøm.

Se benet nede i vandet og Halen løftet for
at holde cigarstumpen tør
+ 3 striber der samles i nakken!

Nu forstår vi, hvorfor der IKKE er plads til
mange vinter-Vandstære (Cinclus) på
Færøerne.

WARM rgds ......... C.


Rodmund á Kelduni skriver onsdag 15. december 2010 kl. 18.07
Thank´s for comments on this Snipe.

I do agree that this is not a Jack Snipe, however the bill was indeed very short, far too short for a Common snipe and note the steep forhead, this Snipe i belive shows carakters witch are not normal for Common Snipe.

A hybrid came in mind, but i don´t belive that it is the case.

However Pintail Snipe does have at short bill and tend to have a steeper forhead, could this be a Pintail Snipe ?

All my photos are from the same angle so they don´t showe anything new.

Comments are most welcome.


Carsten Murmann skriver lørdag 18. december 2010 kl. 11.19
Dear RODMUND,

Just a thought: Enjoyed Your nice photo of
faeroeensis Common S., 25th Oct. 2008,

and find some similarities with the above
specimen:

Both birds have reddish-brown head stripes
(tegninger) - NOT bright (yellowish-white)
like e.g. Danish birds.
Both have an Unusual Whitish 'patch' next to
the bill, under the eye - most prominent on
the 2008 shot [Didn't find this white in
pictures of Pin-tail or Swinhoe's ].

So both could be variations of faeroeensis?
__________________
DANSK
Faeroeensis, ligesom Fint foto 25-10-2008
fra Eysturoy ?

BH / B. rgds. ......... Yours C.


Peter Sunesen skriver lørdag 18. december 2010 kl. 14.42
Enig med Carsten i at fuglen er en Dobbeltbekkasin, sandsynligvis faeroeensis. Hvorvidt næbbet var 'alt for kort til DB.' må bero på det indtryk Rodmund fik i felten; der er IMO intet på nærværende billede der ser unormalt ud for DB.

ENGLISH:

The photo depicts a Common Snipe (faeroensis?),and IMO the bill does not look 'too short' for this species.

Again, with a photo from a different angle, the length of the bill could be judged more precisely, but I am convinced the best is to change the name to Common Snipe.

Hilsen/Regards

Peter


Rodmund á Kelduni skriver torsdag 10. november 2011 kl. 16.37
Kan netfugl venligst rette artsnavn til Dobbeltbekkasin ?

Dbh.
Rodmund



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