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  1. MN. The water was frozen so, he was eating the snow :
    3 points
  2. Ben was kind enough to respond. He says they are 4 week old Ring-necked Duck ducklings. Sfinmt, thanks for the link. Akiley, thanks for the tip on the ABA group. I'll look for that for future use.
    2 points
  3. This is mostly because I don't see a lot of Cooper's hawks
    2 points
  4. Meadow Lark Meadowlark Anahauc NWR 10-18 by johnd1964, on Flickr
    2 points
  5. 1 point
  6. Scarlet Tanager, Painted Bunting, and Black-throated Green Warbler.
    1 point
  7. Haha yeah! I'm like 3/4 of the way through it and I started at the beginning of the semester... I actually really love piano. Whenever I'm down I just go play piano and it makes me happy
    1 point
  8. Guest Flyer I understand your disappointment and you are right to be disappointed. I wish we could offer a solution. In my FAQ on help.ibird.com I tried to explain why we are in this predicament. Apple is the sole distributer of iOS apps and your purchase was made with Apple, not us. I've never understood this but with Apple, developers and publishers are essentially locked out from their customers (not the case with Google Android). In many ways Apple's system has greatly benefited customers. But unfortunately,, customers transactions belong solely with Apple and details of them are not provided to developers. In other words we are not given any information on who our actual customers are, what app they bought, when they bought it, etc. Thus we have no mechanism to refund prior customers. We are given a small number of promo codes but we can only use those for testing. Thats just a basic reality all developers face. I'm not trying to make excuses, but right now there is no way for us to "make things right" for customers. The concept of obsoleteness is not limited to apps--pretty much the entire tech industry faces it. When's the last time you were able to get Apple to replace your iPhone because it could not longer be updated with iOS? How many Apple devices, from Macs to iPhones to iPods, have become obsolete as new models are released? Every single company that sells technology has to live with this issue. Perhaps one day there will be hardware that doesn't become obsolete, but I am not holding my breath.
    1 point
  9. Welcome to Whatbird! Yes, this is a Rusty.
    1 point
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  11. Now this is a bird I have zero personal experience with, but it sounds like a juvenile Barred Owl.
    1 point
  12. this will not ID this bird exactly but I have seen all sorts of Muscovy ducks so it it does not exactly what you have found online...that in my opinion would not rule it out. For me the bill area is the best field mark...red and "wrinkled"
    1 point
  13. Hoping for an Android version of Photo Sleuth next year. The business model and prices has not been determined.
    1 point
  14. This isn't a good picture, but it is my life Surf Scoter, found by other birders here in N. M. yesterday.
    1 point
  15. I'd lean towards nonbreeding male Scarlet here. The wings are really dark, the bill looks big, and I'm seeing no gray on the back.
    1 point
  16. Yellow-rumped Warbler Yellow-rumped Warbler by Johnny, on Flickr
    1 point
  17. Yesterday Harris hawk, fulvous whistling duck, green jay, and olive sparrow. Today winter wren
    1 point
  18. Hanging out near Austin tx and got a few lifers today. Canyon wren Spotted towhee Lincolns sparrow
    1 point
  19. Red breasted nuthatch last month
    1 point
  20. Spotted Redshank....in Michigan!!!! The Drama Mama bird. _91A5007.jpg by chipperatl2, on Flickr _91A4942.jpg by chipperatl2, on Flickr
    1 point
  21. Taking the term Swallow to a whole new level. Give me food!!!!
    1 point
  22. Hereโ€™s a classic. This. Is. Sparta!!!!
    1 point
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  24. To bird or not to bird. That is the question.
    1 point
  25. Hi, uh, this is my tree. Get off. Now. Image taken from eBird.
    1 point
  26. Them's the rules. You blinked first and I win the pot. You never want to bet against Mr. Hawk in a stare down contest!
    1 point
  27. I just want to follow up on this. I received a response back from Tony Leukering and this is a first year GW Teal. It was exciting for a while ๐Ÿ˜‰
    1 point
  28. Also wanted to add... if my destination is somewhere general, like 'Cape May' or 'Orlando' or 'The White Mountains of NH', and I am trying to shoehorn birding into the trip, I always check out the official (and unofficial) travel websites for the locations. They often mention birding and wildlife viewing options in the things to do section that are more 'touristy'. This way everyone enjoys it and my travel companions are more easily convinced that it won't end up being a slogfest through the mud๐Ÿ˜„.
    1 point
  29. Elegant trogan, southeast AZ....Lifer
    1 point
  30. Here are some nice photos from Colorado that helped bring me up to ABA#302. Swainson's Hawk was #300. DSC09596r green-tailed towhee by Mark Ross, on Flickr DSC09500r western kingbird by Mark Ross, on Flickr DSC09308r Mississippi Kite by Mark Ross, on Flickr DSC09902r rufous hummingbird by Mark Ross, on Flickr DSC00022r Swainson's Hawk by Mark Ross, on Flickr
    1 point
  31. California Gnatcatcher - ABA #427 - Life list #621
    1 point
  32. My most recent lifer (as of this writing) is the Wedge-tailed Shearwater:
    1 point
  33. And a few more...
    1 point
  34. Just some of the 117 lifers on a recent trip to Provence, France... Bonelli's Eagles European Bee Eater Linnet Red-billed Chough White Stork Wood Pigeon Euro Black Vulture Griffon Vulture
    1 point
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