The website to help you identify molted feathers and pluckings
Now and again you can find molted feathers or a complete set of plucked
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.
I cordially welcome you to my website!
The website is created in German
but some parts of this is translated into English.
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Red-backed Shrike, Eurasian Magpie, Eurasian Blue Tit, Crested Tit, Great Tit, Sky Lark, Barn Swallow,
Greater Whitethroat, Firecrest, Short-toed Treecreeper, European Starling, Eurasian Blackbird
Northern Goshawk, Black Kite, Ural Owl, Boreal Owl, Short-eared Owl,
Long-eared Owl, Tawny Owl, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Black Woodpecker,
Green Woodpecker, Eurasian Kestrel, Rose-ringed Parakeet
Green-winged Teal, Street Dove, Stock Pigeon, Eurasian Coot, Northern
Lapwing, Common Ringed Plover, Dunlin, Red Knot, Common Redshank,
Lesser Black-backed Gull, Herring Gull, Common Murre
New species: Namaqua
Dove and Greater Crested Tern, modifications within
some measurements tables