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  1. Ha. Yes, a male Eastern Bluebird. I kept him in the crop to show size reference for the Yellow Warbler. Thanks, everyone.
  2. Tuesday morning in TN. It's probably a song sparrow but just wanted to make sure. Thanks! 2019-06-25.wav
  3. Last night in Tennessee. It looked a little big for a swallow to me, so my best guess is young purple martin? I should say that guess is strictly thanks to Merlin. 😂
  4. Yesterday (late afternoon) in Tennessee near a river, creek, and pond. Couldn't have been a frog because it traveled too much ground too fast. Thanks! DSC_5387 (audio-extractor.net).wav
  5. This morning in Tennessee. Bird sings four times. Thanks! Audio recording 2019-05-27 06-47-47 (online-audio-converter.com).wav
  6. In a flock of swifts and swallows this morning in Tennessee. I didn't see a pale rump on the flip side for Cliff. Maybe the angle/lighting just makes it look super dark for NRWS? Thanks.
  7. This morning in Tennessee. Listened through all the warblers with no luck. Thought maybe Indigo Bunting but not sure. Thanks! https://clyp.it/h4x3n4pp DSC_7798 (online-audio-converter.com).wav
  8. I'm pretty sure it's the same bird. Someone else just confirmed Veery too. Thanks!
  9. This morning in Tennessee. About mid-low canopy, Robin-ish sized. Hermit? Thanks!
  10. Mid-to-upper canopy of treeline on a river and creek floodplain. I've never seen a Prothonotary here before, which is why I was curious. Yellow would make more sense.
  11. Horrendous photos, but still curious. This morning in Tennessee.
  12. Sorry for the lousy pics...lousy weather here. This morning in Middle TN. Mallard-ish size. Fingers crossed on this one--a possible lifer.
  13. I would say the first bird is a Brown Thrasher and second a Sage Thrasher. Not sure about the third.
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