Still hoping for some help on that abbreviated Dead Bird Quiz from the last post…
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First I thought: too difficult, I let it go this time. But now you are challenging me. 🙂 The only species I can think of is an Oystercatcher. The breastbone – what is left of it – is very charadriform. The uniform brownish black wing coverts, the whitish band on the upper wing at the primaries and the large white parts of the undferwing point in the direction of a first winter bird, or maybe a bit bleached adult. So, my guess would be Haematopus spec.
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