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  2. No I don't think it is a Pewee - but funny the next bird (see attached) I believe is one - wasn't sure if a Tufted titmouse. or Pewee. The bird in question - I'm sure on my exposure has a deep olive- gray colors and stronger wing band marking.
  3. My best guess based on color, markings, and location would be Western Wood Pewee. But I'm no expert, so wait for others to weigh in.
  4. Another small bird - (PHOTO ATTACHED) found May 23rd, 2019 near Waterloo Iowa. At first I thought a female goldfinch but don't really see any hints of yellow. Sorry could not get its underside. The head and shoulders is what threw me. Thanks for any help!
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  6. Liam, what about Acadian Flycatcher? I'm seeing a longer bill and longer primary projection.
  7. With the recommendation of others in the flock Blaine confirms, "The stuff works, 12 hours of flapping and still morning fresh!" Yellow Warbler, DuPage Co., IL
  8. In S FL. Brown Noddy, Sooty Tern, Masked Booby, Bridled Tern, Antillean Nighthawk, Red-whiskered Bulbul, White-crowned Pigeon, Gray Kingbird, Cave Swallow, Gray-headed Swamphen, and Common Myna. Maybe got Black Noddy, will post pictures here in a bit to see what y’all think. Should get Black-whiskered Vireo and Mangrove Cuckoo in the next couple of days.
  9. Yesterday
  10. Nice blog post, Mel! I love the pics, except for the snakes and lizards but.....😝
  11. And a lifer Canada Warbler earlier this week too!
  12. I got my lifer Connecticut Warbler this morning after 3 tries!!!!!!!! So excited! I got pics too but they are so-so. XD XD
  13. Española, N.M., May 21. Maybe some kind of wren? https://clyp.it/3olb1txm
  14. Welcome to Whatbird! That is indeed a Wood Thrush.
  15. Welcome to Whatbird! It's very hard to identify bird calls from descriptions. You might try listening to different songs of Carolina Wren and Tufted Titmouse at xeno-canto. Both species are variable, so you probably won't find an exact match, but you might find the right tone and tempo. If you can get a recording, somebody here might be able to identify it.
  16. I heard this bird yesterday early evening, pre-dusk, in the dense backwoods at our golf course in Central Florida. The call was loud and distinct: “video video video.” As it was situated in the woods, I couldn’t get a picture of it. I would be grateful if an identity could be made.
  17. Hello all, I have been hearing this songbird here in the countryside of Nashville for several days. The best way I can describe its song is, tweedle Dee - tweedle dum. I have not been able to lay eyes on the bird but I did manage to make a short recording. Hopefully I can get it posted here and someone might can help identify. Thanks in advance and thank you Forum and Whatbird for being here. Bird.m4a
  18. They dominate my feeders when they show up, running most other species away. However, they usually show up one at a time, not tolerating each other except during breeding season.
  19. I found a Northern Mockingbird nest a few years ago and I got dive bombed and took to my heals.
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