RSPB Badge Game

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

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Just the impression that @thewarn gets, I think.

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.

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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?!

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It is one of those…

Finally found mine. Here we go.

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Is that a bee eater?

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Bingo

:clap:

Never seen that one before.

Bloody love a bee-eater. Top lads.

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

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

Here we go then.

Oystercatcher?

Sandpiper?

Afraid not… Along the right lines though!

Ahem ^^^

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

Curlew?

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We have a winner.

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