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  1. 3 points
    "Who you calling a critter?"
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    Possibly my favorite shot so far this year!
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    Crissal Thrasher- a new one for me!
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    I don't want to start the Green Heron thing all over again but I saw this today
  10. 1 point
    A place to show off those baby bird pictures
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    I believe it's an Eastern Wood-Pewee, but wait for a second opinion.
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    I tend to agree with Scarlet Tanager.
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    Possibly Scarlet Tanager? But wait for confirmation.
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    This bird was alone with no similar birds in sight on a beach in south Florida. I would appreciate an ID. Thank you.
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    Agree with your IDs but unsure on 5
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    Yes, a young Broad-winged.
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    Thanks, I think you are correct. The beak did throw me off. Darker head with the yellow throat, white belly and white wingbars seems to fit. Lifer! Anyone confirm? I forgot to mention this was from this morning in Brantford, Ontario.
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    I think Indigo Bunting. Good shot of the tail in the 2nd photo and it looks too short for Towhee, and I'm not sure, but think even a juvenile Towhee will show significant white on undertail.
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    Wild Turkey by Greg Miller, on Flickr
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    Anhinga-cestry.com 23andChickadee.com
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    Sorry for the double post, but I just HAD to share this one too. Ducklings in mid-September?!?!?!
  29. 1 point
    Here's a young Hawaiian Coot.
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    My son's photo from yesterday--frog on a kayak paddle.
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    (Bearcat6 already posted Marsh Wren.) 286. Gray Jay Gray Jay, Santa Fe Ski Basin by Jerry Friedman, on Flickr 287. Northern Saw-Whet Owl Northern Saw-whet Owl by Jerry Friedman, on Flickr 288. Neotropic Cormorant Neotropic Cormorant by Jerry Friedman, on Flickr 289. Least Sandpiper Least Sandpiper by Jerry Friedman, on Flickr
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    House Wren Chicks - Minnesota
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