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Feb 28, 2019

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I'm about 1 & 1/2 the size of a seagull or peagin... clearly in the home making mood

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This site made it too easy Graham.  White-headed Pigeon | BIRDS in BACKYARDS

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Feb 28, 2019

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Some kind of dove?

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Mar 01, 2019

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George

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Mar 01, 2019

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This site made it too easy Graham. 

White-headed Pigeon | BIRDS in BACKYARDS

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Mar 01, 2019

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Case in point. Eastern coast of Australia only.

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Nice

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Mar 01, 2019

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As with all such questions, you need to state precisely where this is. All species have distribution ranges. A few are widely distributed, but some have quite narrow ranges - some even down to a single island or country. (I just happen to know that I'm on the opposite side of the globe from you)

Although it does look like some kind of dove/pigeon. I looked it up, and the Columbidae family has roughly 310 species around the world.

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Mar 01, 2019

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thanks guys he can have a name now and goes into my list of birds that have popped by Nambucca heads to say hi this year

D Fosse, I did share location and all the other details but Adobe appears to have dropped that info from the share i.e, what you see after clicking the link is different & I apologise for using Adobe software instead of my normal Cannon share

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Mar 02, 2019

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Ussnorway  wrote

I did share location and all the other details

Ah, sorry, so you did. My mistake, I wasn't paying attention.

It was sort of an automatic response to previous threads that didn't.

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ok so the user has to first click the bird in this forum and that takes them to Lightroom... you would think Adobe Forum could talk | link to Adobe Lightroom but that looks like a Jive issue

  • once in Adobe Lightroom they then have to click the bird [i.e, photo] again to see the full info panel... there is no instruction to tell them to do this

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  • now they have to click the icon on the right to see the info tab... thats 3 clicks total and terrible UI design but the info is there

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BACKYARDS

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