Bird Feathers -
The website to help you identify molted feathers and pluckings

Now and again you can find molted feathers or a complete set of plucked feathers.
That's what a predator leaves behind after a bird meal.
Which bird or animal did that?
Perhaps you will be able to find the answer on this website about bird feathers and pluckings.

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  • New species: Bar-headed Goose, Emperor Goose, Purple Sandpiper, Terek Sandpiper, Northern Flicker, Swainson's Thrush;
    Completion to: Egyptian Goose, Mandarin Duck, Common Pochard, Common Turkey, Golden Eagle, Northern Lapwing, Herring Gull, European Roller, Gray-faced Woodpecker
  • New feathers of Hoary Redpoll and Eurasian Treecreeper, completion of Common Redstart
  • New feathers of Northern Bald Ibis