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  1. thanks everyone, this makes it my life list sharp-shinned. i've never got good enough pictures to confirm one before.
  2. Seen in South Texas on 1/4. Assumed it was a Coopers due to them being more common however there seems to be some disagreement when i submitted it on iNaturalist. Flew low and quick across a field just behind the tree line. https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/37292542
  3. Orange-crowned would be rare here at this time of year but I see why you're thinking that.
  4. Corpus Christi, Tx. Most yellow warblers I have seen have streaking on the chest which this one doesn't seen to have.
  5. There is a small patch of green on its head.
  6. The resolution went way down when I started cropping, a local expert on inaturalist just recommended painted bunting. This seems much more likely for the location than dickcissel.
  7. Oso Bay in Corpus Christi, Texas September 9, 2019
  8. Young dickcissel?? Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi September 9, 2019
  9. Does anyone have any ideas? Seen today at Packery Channel Jetty in Corpus Christi.
  10. In Corpus Christi Texas last week. People on iNaturalist seemed to be struggling between Chuck-wills-widow and Eastern whip-poor-whil. Thank you. https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/22257629
  11. it is corpus Christi, the south texas coast
  12. at the edge of a small flock of ring bills, is this just a young ring-billed?
  13. we've had a redhead stuck to the phone line for a few months by fishing line then a laughing gull got stuck too. early last year we had the same problem with a brown pelican
  14. don't know if it helps but it was here: 27.713242, -97.329978
  15. all I could really see was a small brown bird, it was in a small group of trees, right next to the bay. house and marsh wrens have been seen here before
  16. Got a brief look at the bird before it flew back into the bush and started calling, appeared to be a small passerine of some sort. In Corpus Christi, Texas bandicam 2019-02-07 18-59-18-149.mp4.wav
  17. we don't have blue jays this far south, I agree with phoebe. thanks
  18. you may have to turn the volume all the way up to hear it but it calls several times, we have several kingbirds that have been in the area but i'm not too good at identifying from calls. bandicam 2019-02-04 13-03-39-066.mp4.wav
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