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On 4/11/2560 at 1:06 PM, kgpr said:

Not sure what this eagle is it was going very low around the rice fields looking for food DSCN9459-1.jpg2017-11-04%2012.54.54.jpg

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Eastern Marsh-Harrier, I believe. Anyone else? Could also be a Juv. Pied Harrier. Edit: Ooops. Just noticed Teflon Don beat me to it. I'm leaning Juv. Pied but it's been a long while since I had regular field experience with harriers. 

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On ‎07‎/‎07‎/‎2017 at 1:54 AM, plahgat said:

Javan Pond Heron, Suan Rot Fai, Bangkok

 

Plahgat

 

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Very nice shot

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On ‎09‎/‎05‎/‎2017 at 1:05 PM, plahgat said:

Javan Pond Heron, Suan Rot Fai, Bangkok

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Great shots of the Heron, thank you for sharing

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11 minutes ago, jack2964 said:

Got this a few days ago still can't figure out what it is other than an accipiter.

Accipiter.jpg

 

Could it be a grey faced buzzard?

 

http://orientalbirdimages.org/birdimages.php?action=birdspecies&Bird_ID=915&Bird_Image_ID=82407&Bird_Family_ID=

 

http://www.pbase.com/peterericsson/image/166539724

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55 minutes ago, Carib said:

 

 

Could it be a grey faced buzzard?

 

I really can't tell from your links. The chest and belly markings don't quite match. 

 

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28 minutes ago, jack2964 said:

I really can't tell from your links. The chest and belly markings don't quite match. 

 

True, hence the "Could it be"..  Difficult one.

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1 hour ago, Carib said:

True, hence the "Could it be"..  Difficult one.

You could be right still. Until someone comes along to positively ID it. I'd think it's possibly a Chinese Sparrowhawk but they are relatively rare.

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