Bird Stamps

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1. This is an excellent site for watching birds stamp.I am happy to say that I have 6000+ birds stamp in my collection. I a Diploma from Cornell University Ethaca USA on Bird Biology.I love bird stamps and of course birds.
2016-11-23 09:10:06, mohammad alam,, Dhaka, yes

2. Melanitta nigra has been split into Melanitta nigra and M. americana following a review of recent literature (Livezey 1995, Garner et al. 2004, Sangster et al. 2005, Collinson et al. 2006, AOU 2010) and museum specimens by the BirdLife Taxonomic Working Group.
2016-11-13 07:45:26, Kristjan Sigfusson,, Iceland, yes, I do

2016-11-02 01:52:29, KathLindann,, Perth, WA, Yes

4. Brilliant detailed information. I wanted to know what stamps were available for each country's national bird. This is an ideal reference site.
2016-10-29 14:37:56, Paul Billington, p-billington at, Birmingham UK, starting to as above

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

6. 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

9. 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

13. 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).

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

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

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

17. 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:

18. 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,

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

20. 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,

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