Bird Stamps

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2016-10-06 19:55:50, Kath Lindann,, Australia, YES

2. Excellent, great site
2016-10-06 10:07:54, Tomas,, Argentina, Yes, Only Owls

2016-09-19 18:16:27, Anthony Drake,, Philippines, Yes

2016-09-12 00:22:04, debopam,, india, have started collecting

5. Hi, regarding the St. Vincent Parrot issue (4 stamps all showing this bird) I have tried to locate it for several time. I finally found it on Catawiki where it has an issue "date" of 2011. But to my knowledge there is no official catalogue to list it. Regards Norbert
2016-09-08 03:53:00, Norbert Kaschek, nus.kaschek(at), Germany, Yes

2016-09-07 17:08:04, Katherine Lindann,, Australia, YES

2016-09-02 05:58:49, Kath Lindann,, Australia, Yes

2016-08-17 03:05:03, yves,, France, oui

9. IN 1952 in Austria appears a stamp is The 200th Anniversary of Schönbrunn Zoo where there are several birds but you do not name, for some reason ????
2016-08-02 11:32:29, Alex Baro, ALEXBVALOTTI@YAHOO.ES, Spain, Catalonia (Spain)
Chris: The birds may not be identifiable, so perhaps the stamp was ignored in early catalogues. There is a good image here:
I'd never seen this stamp previously. SG #1237. There's a flamingo, toucan, bird of paradise and a bird with a long tail like a Pin-tailed Whydah (Vidua macroura).

10. Would like to increase my bird stamp collection
2016-07-11 08:25:46, Dainora Jaloveckas, cienciatraducida(at), Spain, yes

11. I have started to collect bird stamps
2016-06-25 12:27:42, Ram,, US, yes

12. Very nice space!
2016-06-23 02:56:14, Raul Ferreira,, Alcochete - Portugal, I join all about birds, but I'm not a collector

13. Dear Chris, Benin 1982 "Fauvette comun" seems to be Lesser Antillean Tanager, Tangara cucullata (see latest edition 3,25$ Grenada Carriacu in Kjell), which reveals that much confusing white and black cap not properly depicted before. Spindalis zena was my first guess, which I can reject now. Best, Tino
2016-06-12 01:15:10, Tino Mischler,, Garmisch, Germany,
Chris: Thanks. I prefer to think this shows a poorly drawn Blackcap.
I found an interesting FDC:

14. Dear Chris, Guinea-Bissau, 2015, new, first stamp of set, is not Apus apus, Common Swift, but clearly Tachymarptus melba, Alpine Swift. Best, Tino
2016-05-28 13:29:17, Tino Mischler,, Garmisch, Germany,

15. Hey.I had beguin to collect stamps of birds. Greetins for all
2016-05-27 15:31:07, Alfonso,, Spain, Yes

16. Dear Chris, the Serbia 2010 33d stamp clöearly shows Common Redstart, Ph. phoenicurus, not Black Redstart, as given. Please improve. Yours, Tino.
2016-05-15 01:14:57, T. Mischler,, Garmisch, yes
Chris: The change should appear after my next update around May 26,

2016-05-07 04:49:58, Farhan Ashraf,, Pakistan, Yes

18. Sorry, Chris, to correct you once again. I said G. delesserti, because formerly this was not separated from Garr. gularis, Yellow-breasted (formerly Rufous-vented) Laughing-thrush, which is of course the Bhutan species. So make it gularis now, please.
Your foto fits nevertheless well with the Bhutanese one, clearly because of relationship. Another one in Salim Ali as well fits. So, a new species stamp for you? Fine. Greetings from Tino
2016-04-26 03:20:27, Tino Mischler,, Garmisch,
Chris: Thanks, Tino. The bird on the stamp does not have a rufous vent, so I think we will have to try again!

19. Dear Chris, gonna help you in your "Nil desperandum Bhutan 20Ng SG1523 (1999)90 stamp: the bird is Garrulax delesserti, Yellow-breasted or rufous-vented Laughing-thrush. Why are there so many Bhutan stamps missing in your land list?
2016-04-16 14:32:32, Tino Mischler,, Garmisch, Germany, yeah
Chris: Thanks. I will add this soon. At the bottom of each country page there is a red question mark (?) with a link to a page explaining why stamps are not shown. The 3-headed arrow link to Kjell Scharning's site where all the stamps will be listed.

20. I write a twice-a-month column on stamp collecting. For my April 24 column, I'm focusing on bird stamps because we soon will be in the midst of peak migration in northern Ohio. Please email me ASAP. I'd like to learn more about your website and mention it in my column.

2016-04-14 19:05:12, Dennis Sadowski,, Avon, Ohio USA, Yes

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