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Showing content with the highest reputation on 04/13/2019 in Posts

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    Wood Duck from the beginning of the month.
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    Ruby-crowned Kinglet takes flight
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    Red-breasted Nuthatch (Sitta canadensis) by hbvol50, on Flickr Red-breasted Nuthatch, Franklin TN by hbvol50, on Flickr
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    Finally got a decent photo of one of these buggers! Blue-gray Gnatcatcher by Mark Goodwin, on Flickr
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    Yeah, I don't think Brewer's would ever show this much rust, especially on the undertail coverts.
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    Not the best quality in the world, but it was taken through a vehicle window. American Avocet.
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    Long-billed Curlew is correct.
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    Yes Scaley breasted Munia aka Nutmeg Manakin. They are not native to Florida and are an established exotic(as many other species in Florida). Yes they usually do travel in small flocks, but not always. Finally... I can sleep tonight!
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    Have y’all read this? Really good article. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/04/190408161633.htm
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    The last is an Eastern Phoebe (no wingbars) but the rest are correct
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    I looked at some of the TCH pics I have to see if I could see anything. I made a comparison photo for you. I am leaning towards Little Blue though because of the all slate color. I did find a good photo of a LBH to compare to. here is the link https://www.pbase.com/merriwolf/image/110851330
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    Come crown my brow with leaves of myrtle,I know the tortoise is a turtle.Come carve my name in stone immortal,I know the turtoise is a tortle.I know to my profound despairI bet on one to beat a hare.I also know I’m now a pauperBecause of its tortley, turtley, torpor. -- Ogden Nash
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