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sbruenjes

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  1. I saw these birds today at the Garrett Mountain Reservation in Essex County, NJ. I think I have an eastern wood pewee, 2 red winged blackbirds, and barn swallow? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  2. Looking at my field guide and that's it! i never knew young chipping sparrows had buffy chests.. thank you!
  3. I saw this bird today at the Garrett Mountain Reservation in Essex County New Jersey. It was feeding along the ground with some house sparrows and chipping sparrows. This doesn't look like a song sparrow to me..., so any help would be greatly appreciated.
  4. I saw this bird today at the Celery Farm in Bergen County, NJ. I only see ruby throated hummingbirds around here, but this one doesn't have the ruby throat... maybe its the lighting? Any help would be appreciated.
  5. I saw these birds over the last few days in northern New Jersey. I think they have to be song sparrows, but the streaking on the breast has me less than 100% confident. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  6. I saw these birds today at the Celery Farm, in Bergen County, NJ. I keep hoping for a bittern, but these are both green heron, right?
  7. I saw these birds at the Garrett Mountain Reservation in Essex County, NJ. I'm thinking Eastern phoebe. but any help would be greatly appreciated
  8. I saw this bird today at the Garret Mountain Reservation in Essex County, NJ. I can't make out enough to ID it.. Any help would be greatly appreciated
  9. I saw this bird today at the Garrett Mountain Reservation in Essex County, NJ. red tailed hawk? The facial markings are confusing me..
  10. I saw these birds yesterday at the Garret Mountain Reservation in Essex County, New Jersey. I believe I have a poor lighting pic of an olive-sided flycatcher, (based on what I can make out of the coloring and its position), and an eastern wood pee-wee (shape of head and lack of eye ring). Any help would be greatly appreciated, and if there are better field markers that I should be using, I would appreciate that as well!
  11. I saw these birds today at the Garrett Mountain Reservation in Essex County, NJ. I feel like my only guess is grey cheeked thrush... I'm pretty sure the second is a brown thrasher (which I realize is not a thrush..). Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  12. I saw this over the past weekend bird at DeKorte Park at the Meadowlands in NJ. The light was bad, and flycatchers are difficult for me in perfect conditions, so any help would be greatly appreciated
  13. I saw these birds this past weekend at DeKorte Park at the Meadowlands in New Jersey. When I photographed them, I thought they were all barn swallows, but now I'm just not certain, (except for the last one...) Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  14. I saw these birds today at DeKorte Park at the Meadowlands in New Jersey. When I took the pic, I thought these were all dowitchers, but the coloring on the bird in the center seems off.. Any help would be greatly appreciated
  15. I saw these birds today at Dekorte Park, at the meadowlands in New Jersey. There have been multiple reported sightings of white-rumped sandpipers.. I've tried many times to submit what I thought might be white-rumped... but I'm always wrong 😞 So... I'm a glutton for punishment. Can you take a look at these birds? With the black legs, prominent white eyebrow, and heavy streaking, especially on the front right, I'm thinking maybe....
  16. I saw these birds today at a local nature preserve in Essex County, NJ. I think I have 1. An olive sided (which is odd because E-bird says these are rare, but its the second one I've photographed in the last two weeks) 2. Is this ID-able with just the back side? 3. Eastern wood peewee
  17. Don't know if this helps, but I got a second bad picture of the first bird..
  18. I don't know if any of these can be identified, but.. you all are always amazing so its worth a shot. I saw them this week at a nature preserve in Essex County New Jersey. Any help would be greatly appreciated..
  19. With the spotting on the chest, and the rusty color, has to be a wood thrush, right?
  20. I saw these birds today at a local nature preserve in Essex County New Jersey
  21. This one has a bit of the chest.. he jus wouldn't turn around for me..
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