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    Ruby-crowned Kinglet Ruby-crowned Kinglet by Johnny, on Flickr
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    Harris' Hawk by Mark Goodwin, on Flickr
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    White Ibis with crayfish White Ibis with Lunch by midgetinvasion, on Flickr
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    Lark Sparrow. Today here in Georgia. Lark Sparrow by midgetinvasion, on Flickr
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    Scarlet Tanager, Painted Bunting, and Black-throated Green Warbler.
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    MN. The water was frozen so, he was eating the snow :
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    Pretty sure it's a Great Horned Owl. This recording is very similar: https://www.xeno-canto.org/334226
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    Well, getting my Thanksgiving spirit on................................................with a cold. 😥😝
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    I like the Cooper's theory. The tail is clearly that of an accipiter. A sharpie wouldn't be that much bigger than a pigeon, among other differences, and a goshawk would have wavy dark tail bands with white edges as seen from above. But see what others say.
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    Thank you both. The influx of warblers had one observer refer to all the colors as Skittles. yes, that is a white Crowned Pigeon that had folks flocking to see it at the SouthPadre Island Birding and Nature Center the first week of October, 2018! I was 4th to photo it.
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    I see a Scarlet Tanager as well.
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    Both appear to be Canivet's Emeralds.
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    I was just about to post it to eBird. Thanks so much for all of the input!
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    Looks fine for a normal BT Green to me. The hybrid Hermit x Townsend's that I've seen can come in two varieties. The typical appearance would show some obvious yellow bleeding into the breast and flanks. A rare form of the hybrid is more confusing and looks more like a BTNW, but has a stronger facial pattern like a Townsend's.
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    Thanks for the help! That's a lifer for me....strange that it came out west.
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    If I'm not mistaken, the white on the scapulars and the light brown tail with narrow, even dark bars are also good for Red-tailed.
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    It's too bulky for a Rough-legged among other subtle differences which are difficult for me to explain. This is a young Red-tailed Hawk.
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    This isn't a good picture, but it is my life Surf Scoter, found by other birders here in N. M. yesterday.
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    Agree with Dunlin. The two can be confusing!
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    BBC Costa's Hummingbird,11-18-2018 Avondale, Az. Costa's Hummingbird by R. Tompkins, on Flickr
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    This is mostly because I don't see a lot of Cooper's hawks
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    Yellow-rumped Warbler Yellow-rumped Warbler by Johnny, on Flickr
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    No, I don't......I wish I could play piano but I don't want to take the time to learn it. I can only play Hot Cross Buns.............🤣
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    Carolina Wren. Dearborn, MI. 11/14/2018
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    I was birding a couple days ago (October 6) in Flagstaff, AZ, and I saw a tiny fledgling bird on the ground (first two photos). I saw a Lesser Goldfinch nearby (third photo), which I thought might be a parent. Two questions: 1) Is the little bird a Lesser Goldfinch? 2) Is it normal for a bird this young to be on the ground? It could flutter a little, but only fly a foot or so in the air. It hopped around a little, seemed unsure of what to do (but didn't seem too afraid of me), and chirped loudly. Do the parents come and feed birds in this situation? It was such a tiny little bird, so I was a little concerned for it.
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    Black Rat Snake by Greg Miller, on Flickr Eastern Chipmunk by Greg Miller, on Flickr Lifer Bobcat by Greg Miller, on Flickr
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    He hasn't been on here in a long time.
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