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  1. Painted Bunting Ft worth Nature center 5-18 Painted BUnting Ft worth Nature center 5-18 by johnd1964, on Flickr
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  3. He's saying "Oh ma gawd, that is such a cool car!"
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  4. I agree with Common Yellowthroat -- a Yellow Warbler would have bright yellow in the tail feathers, while any of our orioles should show wing bars and either yellow undertail coverts or some sort of face pattern (or both).
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  5. Looks like a Common Yellowthroat to me. Orioles have different proportions.
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  6. Yes, Greater Yellowlegs.
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  7. A White-faced Ibis trying to use the force!
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  9. I'd call it a Cooper's Hawk.
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  10. Sorry! Today in Chicago.
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  11. I have VERY limited experience with shorebirds. Both pictures in the last few days in Saint Joseph, MI, Southeast corner of Lake Michigan. 1. Low light in the evening. Guessing Sanderling because of lack of hind toe? But the beak doesn't seem right? I don't know...might be normal. 2. Semipalmated Sandpiper because of partially-webbed toes?
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  13. @MerMaeve @The Bird Nuts Thank you so much, I can now confirmed with confidence that it is a Yellow-rumped Warbler.
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  14. No, it's not a Stilt Sandpiper. They're scaly-looking as juveniles, with dark centered scapulars and tertials that have pale edges. The tiger-striped scapulars and tertials you see here are a classic ID point for juvenile Short-billed Dowitchers.
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  17. A Carolina wren that I photographed this morning.
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  18. My first day out with a new lens. It certainly isnt great for cloudy days, but I was glad to capture this pair of, "Northern flickers".
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  19. Cardinals are bigger and a red-red. Yours is a more purple-red. 😁
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