Here is a new quiz about the topography of the upperparts of a large songbird.
The feathers marked 1 are the:
The feathers marked 2 are the:
The feathers marked 3 are the:
Question 3 Explanation:
Tricky, I know, putting scapulars in twice. The scapulars form an oval patch extending from just above the bend of the folded wing, along the whole length of the mantle to the rear of the wing.
The feathers marked 4 are the:
The feathers marked 5 are the:
The species is:
There are 6 questions to complete.
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