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Motacilla alba alba
This sub-species of the White Wagtail is common throughout Western Europe except Great Britain, where it is replaced by the yarrellii sub-species, which is more commonly known as Pied Wagtail.
Fields by coastal marshes
Ok, thanks, I'll be there.
Not a problem, there are a lot of Spanish speakers on the Rangers chat and also the translate function works, though not perfectly.
Thank you, Malcolm. We need much time to Noah and new missions.Sometimes I go into the chat to see how things are, but I do not speak English. I'll try when I have time. Best regards.
Hi Eulalia, I added this one and will try to remember future ones also, but the hundred of birds already uploaded will have to wait until the program can handle bulk updating. BTW, don't see you much on chat?
He abierto la misión "Biodiversidad en España/Spain": http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/9014...¿Puedes incluir tus spottings? Gracias.
Lat: 37.21, Long: -7.29
Spotted on Dec 24, 2011 Submitted on Feb 17, 2012