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  1. On allaboutbirds the Barred Owl sounds way different to me ? https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Barred_Owl/
  2. The first bird may be a Lincoln's Sparrow with that buffy breast and crisp black stripes and the second bird looks like a Sharp-shinned Hawk to me. There is a photo on All about birds from the back that looks a lot like your bird - scroll through the photos second to last photo. But wait for the experts to comment :) https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Sharp-shinned_Hawk/id
  3. That beak looks massive to me especially in the first photo. Eagle would be my guess as well but wait for the experts.
  4. Did you notice if they could fly. Typically Pekin ducks are too heavy to fly. These look more delicate than the Pekins I've raised. My guess would be Call Ducks. They look they same but are smaller and can fly.
  5. I can't see your photo. Can you try copy and pasting it in?
  6. Juvenile Krider's perhaps but wait for the experts.
  7. Wait for the experts but I think - 1 - Red-eyed Vireo (red eye, blue legs) 2 - Pass 3- Juvenile Red-headed Woodpecker 4- Downy Woodpecker
  8. Your photo is beautiful! https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Northern_Harrier/id According to that website *Juvenile males have pale greenish-yellow eyes, while juvenile females have dark chocolate brown eyes. The eye color of both sexes changes gradually to lemon yellow by the time they reach adulthood. On this website https://hawkwatch.org/blog/item/864-eye-color-in-raptors fig #4 shows changes to female eye color. My guess would be 1st year male but hopefully someone else with more experience can comment if any adult feathering is pres
  9. My husband snapped these photos tonight south of Houston Texas. He said the bird appeared virtually frozen moving in extreme slow motion.
  10. Just FYI 323. seems to be missing on the master list
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