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  1. I saw these birds yesterday at a nature preserve in Essex County, NJ. I think the first two are magnolia but any help would be greatly appreciated
  2. OK, I have the same question. I thought this was a yellow-rumped, but perhaps its a Cape May Warbler? Does this count as base of the tail?
  3. I saw these birds today at a nature preserve in Essex County, NJ. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  4. I saw this bird today at a nature preserve in Essex County, NJ. It was soaring very high... Based on the tail pattern, I'm thinking broad winged hawk, but any help would be greatly appreciated.
  5. I love warbler season on the east coast. They are just don't like to sit still for me to take a good picture.. 😞 I saw these birds today at a nature preserve in Essex County. The second one is terrible lighting so maybe not identifiable. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  6. I saw this bird today at a nature preserve in Essex County, NJ. I really have no idea what this is.. any help would be greatly appreciated.
  7. I saw these birds today at the Hilltop Reservation in Essex County, NJ. I just couldn't get a decent pic.. 😞 The first two are one bird, and I think the last 3 are another. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  8. I saw this bird at the Celery Farm, in Bergen County, NJ. I'm thinking a disheveled song sparrow? But any help would be greatly appreciated.
  9. I saw this bird today at the Celery Farm in Bergen County, NJ. I can't tell what I am looking at from this angle, so any help would be greatly appreciated
  10. I saw this bird today at the Celery Farm in Bergen County, NJ. I believe its a northern waterthrush, (with a house finch), but I'm not certain so I thought it best to confirm here. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  11. That would be awesome, a lifer for me.. but I would have thought a veery would be more reddish, no?
  12. I saw this bird today at a wooded nature preserve in Essex County New Jersey. When I took the pic, I really that it was too small to be a thrush, but looking at the pic, I think t has to be one.. Grey-cheeked? Any help would be greatly appreciated
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