RSPB Badge Game


#101

Yeah, I think it’s a thrush, too, but not sure which type, either (mistle or song).


#102

Just the impression that @thewarn gets, I think.


#103

It’s weird that the RSPCA operates in Australia but not the RSPB. Otherwise I could probably get a load of badges featuring parrots and bin-divers to show you all.

EDIT Turns out they’re called Birdlife in Australia as that’s the International thingie that the RSPB are part of. And, no, the bin-diving Ibis doesn’t get a look in. Here are 4 of their 10 badges for you to guess:

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These are all Aussie natives so @ma0sm can confirm they are deadly if cornered.


#104

Puffin! Interesting fact: The puffin’s scientific name is Fratercula but a completely different bird, the Manx Shearwater’s scientific name is Puffinus Puffinus! What are those scientists like eh?!


#105

It is one of those…


#106

Finally found mine. Here we go.


#107

Is that a bee eater?


#108

Bingo


#109

:clap:

Never seen that one before.


#110

Bloody love a bee-eater. Top lads.


#111

Bunch of them outside our hut on our honeymoon. I could watch them all day, beautiful swooping bastards.


#112

Not me and Shucks, me and Shucks aren’t married


#113

Here we go then.


#114

Oystercatcher?


#115

Sandpiper?


#116

Afraid not… Along the right lines though!


#117

Ahem ^^^


#118

Am I the only one who has never seen these before? Where do you get them?


#119

Curlew?


#120

We have a winner.