Dear Chris It is great to go through your site .It is my reference book. Thanks . Do you also list or keep track of Birds on Postal stationery.
2018-02-22 12:30:40, RAMAN THAPAR, firstname.lastname@example.org, India, Yes
Dear Chris, I would like to get in touch with Keith Bowden, collector of Kingfishers stamps! We have not talked for many years!
2018-02-12 17:22:36, Antônio Cláudio Conceição de Almeida, email@example.com, João Pessoa, PB. Brazil,
I collect stamps on birds, particularly on woodpeckers!
2018-02-09 17:55:19, Antônio Cláudio Conceição de Almeida, firstname.lastname@example.org, João Pessoa, PB. Brazil, Sim
This is a very good site for bird stamps
2018-01-13 12:12:04, David, email@example.com, Belgium, Yes only from the w. paleartic
Muito bom site. Uso para classificar a minha coleção de aves. Parabéns pelo trabalho realizado.
2018-01-11 09:08:34, EZIO AVALOS, firstname.lastname@example.org, Araçatuba, São Paulo, BRASIL, SIM
I have used your site for several years now and really appreciate the work that obviously goes into producing this amazing resource. Thank you so much!
2018-01-11 01:52:22, paula, email@example.com, New Zealand, yes
Chris: Thanks very much for appreciating my site.
2018-01-06 16:53:02, Jeffrey Stratford, firstname.lastname@example.org, Wilkes-Barre, PA, Yes
Dear Chris, |
Thank you for such an informative and beautifully-designed website. We liked the mallard stamps!
2018-01-06 15:18:13, Emma & Will, Ottawa, Canada, I wish
I got a old bird stamp from Guam
2017-12-30 13:28:36, Jason, email@example.com,
In Liberia in 1938-09-12 a serious air of 10 values was issued (Scott c4-c13 / Michel 298-307) where two values appear with ciconia ciconia - I think - two values with aquila chrysaetos - I believe - and two values with a type of seagull - I do not know what species - that I do not see reflected in its web.
It's possible ??
2017-12-10 14:10:47, Alex Baro, firstname.lastname@example.org, barcelona(spain), yes.off Catalonia (Spain)
Chris: Airmail stamps often feature birds to reinforce the method of sending mail. The eagle and gull have no significant details to make them identifiable. The other birds are most like Great Egrets which feature on other earlier stamps from Liberia. I found a set for sale on Ebay, which has an excellent image of the full set.
If I had owned this set, I would have listed the eagles as unidentifiable, the gulls as unidentified gulls and the egrets as Ardea alba.
In Syria, the series was issued on 1987-09-10
'' 10th Mediterranean Games '', where there is the value of 330 where a seagull appears (I think it is a Chroicocephalus ridibundus). and I do not see it reflected on your website.
Is it possible what I tell you ???
I send you link photo of the stamp.
2017-12-07 05:45:27, alex baro, email@example.com, BARCELONA-SPAIN, Yes, Catalonia's birds
Chris: I think the left bird has too many inaccuracies to identify it as a Black-headed Gull: bill appears be yellow; wing pattern wrong. If I list this stamp it would be as an unidentified gull. However, the middle bird could be considered to be a Black Tern.
How to participate in Birdpex 2018. My Son wants to participate.
2017-12-04 12:02:44, Rajesh Kumar Sinha, firstname.lastname@example.org, Lucknow, India, Yes my Son Does
Chris: I have forwarded your request to a contact who may be able to advise you.
with date 1944-11-09, in Germany a stamp of red color and value 12 + 8 was emitted that represents -I believe- an Aquila chrysaetos ....
Here is a web address for you to see (https://colnect.com/es/stamps/stamp/128137-Eagle_fighting_with_snakes-21st_anniv_of_the_march_to_the_Feldherrnhalle_in_Munich-Alemania_Reino)
it is right ?
2017-11-08 01:28:59, Alex Baro, email@example.com, barcelona(spain), yes.off Catalonia (Spain)
Chris: It certainly is an eagle so could be considered to be Aquila chrysaetos, but like many eagles on stamps, I consider it to be symbolic.
I have something to do with the Birdpex 8 stamps of Stamperija. But it's a long story. Can I send you an Email. So I can explain the all story
2017-09-29 00:13:03, Daniel De Smedt , firstname.lastname@example.org, Belgium, yes
Chris: Thanks for your email.
WHY DO NOT YOU CONSIDER HOW MIXED THE BIRD SEALS (MIGRATORY BIRD) THAT HAS BEEN ISSUED BY THE US DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR SINCE THE YEARS 40?
Atte Alex Baro
2017-09-27 06:38:47, Alex Baro, email@example.com, BARCELONA-SPAIN, Yes, Catalonia's birds
Chris: They are not valid for postage, and I restrict my collection to postage stamps.
In Czechoslovakia, year 1945-11-14, there is a series (of two values - 150 + 150 h red / 250 + 250 h blue, 1st World Congress of Students / Yvert CS418 / 419 / Michel CS476 / 477) I think represented an Eurasian Eagle-Owl - Bubo Bubo - I do not see on his web .....
it is right?
Atte Alex Baro
2017-09-06 03:08:04, Alex Baro, firstname.lastname@example.org, BARCELONA-SPAIN, catalonia birds
Chris: You are probably right! I had not seen these stamps, and will not add them to my site because there is a later stamp from Czechoslovakia showing this species. They are listed in ATA's Handbook 106 but the species is unidentified.
They are shown on http://www.owlsandbooks.co.uk/czechoslovakia_owls.htm .
A terrific website that I've been consulting for years but never quite got round to signing the guest book...until now.
2017-08-14 12:21:35, Ian Mitchell, iandmitchell54atgmail.com, Glasgow, Scotland, Yes
THANK YOU VERY MUCH.|
I DID NOT EXPECT AN ANSWER SO SOON. AGAIN THANK YOU AND I WILL CASE YOUR OPINION THAT IS VERY PROFESSIONAL
2017-07-25 03:29:41, alex baro, email@example.com, barcelona - spain, Yes, Catalonia's birds
YOU HAVE REASON ... I CONFUSED WITH THE WEBSITE OF MR. KJELL BUT BEING THERE, I ALSO BELIEVE THAT HE BE A Bald Eagle BUT A Haliaeetus albicilla THAT IF IT COULD PROBABLY HAVE EXISTED IN THE BEGINNING OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY IN THE PYRENEES.|
IT IS QUESTION OF OPINION. THANK YOU VERY MUCH
2017-07-25 03:05:07, alex baro, firstname.lastname@example.org, BARCELONA-SPAIN, YES, CATALONIA'S BIRDS
Chris: I prefer to think that the designer wanted to show an eagle, and chose the very popular Bald Eagle. Surely the Pyrenean habitat would be unsuitable for Haliaeetus albicilla, but, yes, it is just a question of opinion.
the stamps of Spanish Andorra of 1929 and 1937 that has identified as Gypaetus barbatus I think is a mistake.
By the colors and shape of the head (it does not have the characteristic mustache of Gypaetus barbatus), I think it is a Haliaeetus albicilla.
I would like to know your opinion.
2017-07-24 06:58:15, alex baro, email@example.com, barcelona - spain, Yes, Catalonia's birds
Chris: I have only the 1929 stamp on my website, and I identify the bird as Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) which is obviously not a native of the Pyrenees! I think you might be looking at a different website.
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