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2014-04-15 05:14:00, TAPISSIER, firstname.lastname@example.org, France, yes
2014-04-14 00:22:42, kath lindann, email@example.com, W.Australia, yes
I find this site so helpful in the classifying of my collection of the bird stamps of the world.
Thank you for this great site, I use it every week.
2014-04-13 17:53:53, John Newton, firstname.lastname@example.org, Queensland Australia, Yes
2014-04-09 07:14:26, jeff challoner, email@example.com, barnsley.u.k., yes
Great Reference for new issues! Thanks!|
2014-03-31 13:30:50, Jean, firstname.lastname@example.org, USA, yes
2014-03-28 01:39:15, Kath Lindann, email@example.com, Western Australia, Yes
good to know you, me a stamp collector of all species of the world
2014-03-25 22:32:08, Binoy Paul, firstname.lastname@example.org, India, Kerala, Thrissur, yes
2014-03-12 14:25:08, cliff, cgravelleatcomcast.net, Atlanta, just begining
I have found it
12c 72 Palm Cockatoo Probosciger aterrimus
2014-03-08 14:09:42, gerard, email@example.com, holland, yes
Chris I've a stamp from : North Borneo with the remarks Britsh Protectorate. Printed by Waterloo and Sons Limited, London. Value 12 cents. It is the same bird as the SG 304. I cannot find in the North Bornea stamps.
2014-03-08 10:27:09, gerard verwoerd, firstname.lastname@example.org, Holland, yes
Chris: If you look at Kjell Scharning's page, http://www.birdtheme.org/country/northbor.html you will see such overprints listed.
I have written a wrong emailadress|
email@example.com must be
2014-03-05 17:11:06, gerard, firstname.lastname@example.org, netherlands, yes
Chris: Re Turkey SG 1847. Thanks. I left the birds on this stamp as "unidentified". I can see that one of the birds has a light rump, but the head markings are not right for Red-rumped Swallow (Cecropis daurica). They are obviously stylised swallows, but not identifiable.
I have found a name of a bird in Turkey|
SG 1847 (1959)65 [3/21]
it is a Cecropis daurica
one of a colletion of air stamps
2014-03-05 17:07:39, gerard verwoerd, email@example.com, Netherlands, yes
Chris: Thanks. I left the birds on this stamp as "unidentified". I can see that one of the birds has a light rump, but the head markings are not right for Red-rumped Swallow (Cecropis daurica). They are obviously stylised swallows, but not identifiable.
2014-02-24 01:22:59, Kath Lindann, firstname.lastname@example.org, Western Australia, Yes
Chris, it's been a while since I wrote on here but I need your help. Saw my very first Grey Phalarope this week and it doesn't look like there is a stamp of this bird (checked my Gibbons). Am I right?
2014-02-23 12:48:33, Molly, email@example.com, Falmouth, Cornwall, Oh yes
Chris: The Grey Phalarope usually occurs in UK in its grey winter plumage. In the breeding season it is rufous, so it is also called "Red Phalarope", and has appeared on at least 3 stamps, the best being from Iceland in 2002 - SG 1037.
Do you have a recent catalog of Birds on Stamps?|
I stopped collecting for awhile and would like to catch up a bit.
2014-02-11 14:27:36, Phyllis Wittner, pwittneratverizon.net, Larchmont, NY USA, Yes
Chris: My own web site is the closest to any catalogue, but Kjell Scharning's site is more comprehensive - he lists all bird stamps - http://www.birdtheme.org/index.html
Hi, China will issue a set of stamps titled "raptors" on the 23rd of February and there is a parrot stamp in Brasil's World Cup 2014 issue.
2014-02-06 20:08:37, Nasia Makarouna, nasia28292(at)hotmail.com, Cyprus, yes
Chris: Thanks for the news.
Japan Mi.nr. 2936 (issued 01.05.2000) shows Red Turtle Dove (Streptopelia tranquebarica)or am I mistaken? I don't see it on your site.
2014-02-04 09:16:30, Adri Witteveen, firstname.lastname@example.org, Arnhem, The Netherlands, yes
Chris: I decided that the bird on this stamp was Streptopelia decaocto which I already had on a stamp from Japan issued in 1997.
I am the author of ornithology for the Biophilately journal. With Linn's Stamp News dis-continueing printing their New Issues section as of 1/2714, I will accessing you website to keep up|
with what is coming out so that I can continue to
let the membership or Ornithology in Biophilately
know what was issued by the some 180+ countries.
2014-02-01 18:20:55, Glenn G. Mertz, ggmertz (at)juno.com, Allentown, Pa, Yes
Chris: I'll try to keep my listing up to date.
2014-02-01 11:00:57, ULMER Paul, 3139zschaffhausenasfr.fr, F-78800 HOUILLES, aussi
2014-01-20 09:41:43, Willim Gottfried, email@example.com, California, yes
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