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sbruenjes

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  1. I saw these birds yesterday at DeKorte park in Northern New Jersey. They were close to each other. I thought they were semipalmated sandpiper, but now I'm not sure.. Could they be a western? I think the legs are black but is it possible they are just covered in mud? If not, could they be a least? Maybe two different birds? Ugh... Any help would be appreciated.
  2. I saw this bird today at DeKorte Park in Northern New Jersey. At first I thought it was a yellow rumped warbler, as they were abundant today, but now I think its a blackpoll warbler, which would be a first for me. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  3. I saw this bird today at DeKorte Park in Northern New Jersey. I believe it might be an ovenbird, or maybe a Swainson's thrush...but any help would be greatly appreciated. It was in some brush next to a body of water at the park.
  4. I saw these birds today at DeKorte park in Northern New Jersey. I have a really, really , really hard time identifying the different sandpipers, and there were a lot out today. I think these are all Least Sandpipers, but any help would be greatly appreciated. If I'm wrong.. could you tell me which characteristic you used to make your identification?
  5. I saw these birds walking through a nature trail today in Montclair, New Jersey. I believe these are male and female yellow bellied sapsuckers, but any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
  6. I say these birds today while walking in a local park in Northern new Jersey. I believe its a female brown headed cowbird, and a tufted titmouse, but any help would be appreciated.
  7. I saw this bird today, walking along local streets in Northern New Jersey. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  8. I saw these birds today at Liberty State Park in Jersey City, NJ. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  9. I saw this bird today at Liberty State Park in Jersey City, NJ. Any help would be appreciated. Based on the facial markings, could it be a peregrine falcon?
  10. I saw these today while walking through the Troy Meadows Nature Preserve in northern New Jersey. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  11. Thank you. So interesting! I was looking over the E-Bird checklist for DeKorte and it seems more likely to be a Long-Billed Dowitcher based on what was reported. If I go with the Long billed, it would be a new bird for me! https://ebird.org/hotspot/L389007
  12. I saw this bird today while at the DeKorte Nature Preserve in Northern New Jersey. I never expected to see a shorebird in January... Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  13. I saw these birds today while hiking through a nature preserve in northern New Jersey. Any help confirming these would be greatly appreciated.. Brown Creeper? Chipping sparrow? Eastern peewee?
  14. Thank you all! I was a little confused with the second bird. Is it female, or juvenile?
  15. I saw these birds in Cape May, NJ a few weeks back. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  16. I saw these birds in Cape May New Jersey earlier this week. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  17. Thank you both! They all look like different plumages to me, but I guess that's related to age or sex.... I really appreciate the help!
  18. I saw these birds in August in North Carolina. I struggle with shorebirds, but I am fairly certain there is a willet, black bellied plover, sanderling, and semi palmated sandpipers, but any help would be greatly appreciated.
  19. I saw this bird a few days back in Cape May, NJ. Is this a snow goose? I have never seen one before, and I didn't think I would see one in NJ, so any help would be greatly appreciated.
  20. I saw these birds in the outer banks, NC in August. I always have trouble differentiating greater & lesser yellow legs, but I was hoping with another bird to put the size in perspective, I could confirm that this was a lesser? Can you also help confirm the other bird? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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