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beautiful photo. thanks.
I have no experience of the species, but looking at the Collins Guide, I can see that this could be Phylloscopus canariensis.
However, I think it will be difficult for anyone to agree, as you would be hard pressed to eliminate Common Chiffchaff from the photo.
Can you add anything else to confirm the ID?
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Far too robin like to be a chiffchaff, jizz is all wrong, too upright.
...it is a Canarian Chiffchaff.
However, Common Chiffchaff can easily adopt this pose, as can Iberian...etc, presumably. Jizz is certainly not all wrong, for a bird stretching or feeding, say. One photo cannot give a true impression of a species; you soon learn from ringing birds that not all birds of a species conform to the same measurements. This looks short-winged, but so do some Common Chiffs; it looks quite long in the supercilium, but so do some Common Chiffs...you get my point!
As always with these, voice is important in any ID.
Still think it may be correct, but can we be sure?
This bird is a Canarian Chiffchaff ,the song was slightly different from the common Chiffchaff ,that we see in the UK .They are fairly numerous in Tenerife and a lot easier to photograph than their UK cousins.
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