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  1. Witnessed a spectacular show this evening - 13 Chimney Swifts plus several Common Nighthawks.
    6 points
  2. A White-faced Ibis trying to use the force!
    4 points
  3. I posted this a while ago but nobody looked at it 😛
    3 points
  4. This morning in Louisiana. Indigo Bunting. They are molting like crazy...
    3 points
  5. Today--Brown Headed Nuthatch...
    3 points
  6. Blue Gray Gnatcatcher taken this morning in Louisiana.
    2 points
  7. I watched The Avengers, Spider-Man: Homecoming, and Avengers: Infinity War for my b-day.
    2 points
  8. idk about the 1st but the 2nd looks like Common
    1 point
  9. @Melierax awesome video! (I wish I could hold my camera that steady when I take a video lol) also I think the Wren drank too much coffee
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  11. From what I can see they're all Swainson's Hawks. The close-up photo looks like a young male with the lightish brown colors and incomplete bib. These guys are awesome during migration 🙂
    1 point
  12. With that short primary projection, I’m thinking maybe Least here. It’s not Yellow-bellied. Interestingly, a lot of empids show yellow in the belly, so Yellow-bellied Flycatcher can be a misleading name. What to look for in YB is a lot of yellow in the throat that contrasts very little belly.
    1 point
  13. taken this morning (which is supposed to be early for yellow-bellied here)
    1 point
  14. 1. Song Sparrow 2. Blackpoll Warbler 3. Yellow Warbler 4. Tennessee Warbler 5. Wilson’s maybe? I’m not sure.
    1 point
  15. Looks good for Least. Pretty compact shape/structure overall and I'm seeing yellow on the bill.
    1 point
  16. It's a Manx -- Audubon's have dark undertail coverts and a bit of white in front of the eye. They're almost unheard of in cold water.
    1 point
  17. @MerMaeve that's awesome! Watched Mission Impossible: Fallout the other day. It was really good!
    1 point
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  19. I agree with Common Yellowthroat. Definitely not an oriole.
    1 point
  20. Okay, why? What characteristics of an Oriole do you see? What species of oriole? My oriole ID skills aren't very good and I could use some pointers.
    1 point
  21. All from this morning. Sandpipers are from the romantic Pojoaque Septage Ponds, Santa Fe Co., New Mexico. You're not allowed to get close to the ponds. 1. Baird's? 2. Least? With Killdeer for scale: 3. What do you hear on this that's not a Yellow-breasted Chat (or a motor)? Is there a Western Tanager in there? From an area with small artificial pools, thickets, and cottonwoods, Española, N. M. https://clyp.it/izxslphu
    1 point
  22. My mom found this huge Cecropia Caterpillar the other day. 😱 Cecropia Moth Caterpillar by MerMaeve, on Flickr
    1 point
  23. He's saying "Oh ma gawd, that is such a cool car!"
    1 point
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  25. 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).
    1 point
  26. Yes, Spotted Sandpiper in both shots. PS. I love the Outer Banks!
    1 point
  27. The starling decided he wanted to be in the picture too! (P.S. the bird in the center is a Brown-headed Cowbird)
    1 point
  28. 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".
    1 point
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  30. "What are you looking at!?"
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  31. What does a bear do?
    1 point
  32. Pea-Turkey I Found it on Ebay.
    1 point
  33. Ladder-backed Woodpecker FowlContent #79
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