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  2. Charlie Spencer


    Keep an eye on those branches next year. The Rough-Wingeds and Barns perch on a couple of 'No Trespassing' signs at a nearby pond a few times a week. They've returned to these signs for the last few years. They give me plenty of opportunities for decent shots from the 'car-blind' (well, as decent as I'm capable of capturing).
  3. Yesterday, W. PA. 1. Tanager or warbler? Or other? 2. Yellow rumped warbler? 3. Black throated green female warbler? Other?
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  5. HamRHead

    what vulture?

    The photos aren't opening for me either.
  6. If it is down on page 3 then any old non expert can take a stab at it I guess. I say field sparrow based on eye ring, leg color and bill color. I have never seen one with such pronounced malar stripes though.
  7. Mark5

    Waterfowl ID

    Agree with Double-crested Cormorant. It is usually the only cormorant we get in the midwest.
  8. Jerry Friedman

    Waterfowl ID

    Welcome to Whatbird! You've got a Double-crested Cormorant.
  9. gr8unclefester

    Waterfowl ID

    Can someone tell me what kind of bird this is? I shot this picture on 9/23/2018 in Southern Indiana at a wildlife refuge.
  10. Jerry Friedman

    More help please

    The white tail with dark bars and a dark subterminal band is also right for Swainson's. And let's hear it for color-blind birders!
  11. bearcat6

    Share Your Best Photo of the Day

    Dn't know where my pic above went, I'll try again
  12. hbvol50

    Share Your Best Photo of the Day

    Summer Tanager, female, first day of fall 2018 by hbvol50, on Flickr With a Yellow jacket Working on it by hbvol50, on Flickr
  13. hbvol50

    Share Your Best Photo of the Day

    Photo Life Bird Warbling Vireo by hbvol50, on Flickr Warbling Vireo by hbvol50, on Flickr
  14. Today, Augusta, GA. Thanks.
  15. Today, Augusta, GA. It may be the same bird as Bird 2 from today, but I can say for sure.
  16. You know when you've had a hot dry summer when there's a phainopepla hanging out in Washington. I'm sure we all get these odd birds from time to time.
  17. The Bird Nuts

    Northern Arkansas Birds

    1. Red-eyed Vireo 2. White-eyed Vireo 3. Eastern Wood-Pewee, I think
  18. Today, Augusta, GA. Thanks.
  19. Today, Augusta, GA. Thanks.
  20. The Bird Nuts

    Small Bird Help Needed

    Yes, most of the Solitaries I have seen have those white spots.
  21. cccougar

    Small Bird Help Needed

    Thank you for your responses. Yes I’m in Charleston, SC. Solitary Sandpiper is a lifer bird for me, so thank you even more! Have you seen the white spots that these have? First time using this forum in a while. I had been active on it for years but just learned of the crash. Had to reregister as I guess everyone did.
  22. The Bird Nuts

    Newfoundland duck/goose

    The duck in the center with the white chest is a domestic Mallard. I believe the other ducks are American Black Ducks and not Mallards.
  23. The Bird Nuts

    Small Bird Help Needed

    Assuming these were seen in South Carolina, these are Solitary Sandpipers. In North America, the Common Sandpiper (Actitis hypoleucos) occurs only in Alaska.
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