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sbruenjes

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  1. I saw this bird today at the Celery Farm in Bergen County, NJ. I think its a pine warbler, but any help would be greatly appreciated..
  2. I saw these birds today at DeKorte Park in Bergen County, New Jersey. They must be Ring-billed gulls, but they look so much cuter than they normally do. Are these young ones? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  3. I saw this bird today at the Shawangunk Grasslands National Wildlife Refuge in Ulster County New York. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  4. I saw this bird today at Becker Park, in Northern, New Jersey. I couldn't the camera on it until it had almost passed me... I thought it was a raptor, but seemed very pale on its chest and belly compared to the usual red tails I see.... Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  5. I saw these birds over the past weekend at the Barnegat Bay Lighthouse in Ocean county, NJ. I think they are all song sparrows, but since sparrows are my nemesis, I thought I should confirm. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  6. I saw these birds today at the Barnegat Lighthouse in Ocean County, NJ. Can someone help me figure out which if any are Common Loon and which are red-throated loon? Any hlp would be greatly appreciated.
  7. I saw these birds today at the Barnegat Lighthouse in Ocean County, NJ. I thought these were all female Common Eider, but now I see someone reported a King Eider... So the first pic I think is female common, and the second pic has a male common, but after that, I don't know what I'm looking at.. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  8. I saw this bird today in Bergen County, northern New Jersey. Is it a Cooper's Hawk?
  9. I saw this bird at the Raritan Bay in Middlesex, NJ last week. Unfortunately, I wasn't focused on this bird, and I just noticed it in the background of one of my pics.. It seems to lack the black wing tips I would normally see on a herring or ring-billed gull, so I was wondering if it was something more interesting. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
  10. I saw these birds last week at the Raritan Bay in Middlesex NJ. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I think I have: 1. Ring-Billed gull 2. Lesser Scaup 3. Not sure...also ring-billed? 4. Red-throated loon 5. Great black-backed gull
  11. I got these pics today in Central New jersey, along the Raritan River. I saw a peregrine falcon later.. are these pics also of the peregrine falcon? Or is this something else. Any help would be greatly appreciated. The last pic was the falcon, along the water... I'm not sure what its doing... is it eating a rock? Maybe that's shellfish?
  12. I saw these birds today on the Raritan River in Central New Jersey. Is the bird with the Bufflehead a Common Goldeneye?
  13. I spent the day at Overpeck Park in Northern New Jersey, mostly looking for a pink-footed goose that was reported on E-Bird recently...so I spent a lot of time looking at geese. This one seemed odd with the facial markings, but I'm sure its just a Canada Goose with a very narrow cheek patch... but I didn't know there was such a thing as a pink footed goose until recently....
  14. I saw these birds today at Overpeck Park in Northern New Jersey. I've had a cackling goose here before. Are any of these also a cackling? The neck and size seem good, but the beak seems long...I just can't tell for sure.. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  15. I saw these birds today at Overpeck Park in Northern New Jersey. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  16. I saw this bird today at Overpeck Park in Northern New Jersey. This time I got video with audio. Is this a fish crow? PXL_20210116_170117492[1].mp4
  17. I saw this bird over the summer at a nature preserve in southern New Jersey. I had these as glossy ibis.. but is the first pic a white faced ibis? I didn't even realize that was a different breed at the time..
  18. I saw this bird today near DeKorte Park, in Northern New Jersey. I think its a young white crowned sparrow, but any help would be greatly appreciated.
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