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Kerri

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  1. Welcome to Whatbird. Edit - sniped by Akandula - It may be a Spruce Grouse. When and where was this photo taken?
  2. I suppose it could be a pheasant that is missing its 8"-10" tail feathers. Did you happen to see if flew away easily or just clumsily flapped away :) My pheasants were not very good flyers but they could get into a tree if they tried hard.
  3. My personal experience has been that they do prefer the sugar water over the red nector prepackaged - which has dye in it. The recipe is just to dilute 1 part sugar with 4 parts water :)
  4. I tried researching birds in the Netherlands with a white head and red body - the only one I could find was a Red Kite. Not sure if this is your bird? https://www.beautyofbirds.com/redkites.html Thanks, Kerri
  5. Thank you so much for taking the time to post the photos and updates of the baby hummers. I really enjoyed following along as they grew up and successfully fledged :).
  6. My best guesses would be1) juvenile American Robin - they are a dull brown with orange/red belly with lots of spotting or 2) perhaps Eastern Towhee - although I don't think they have as much spotting on them. But HamRHead made a great suggestion in that the rehab center will know for sure.
  7. My local bird observatory - Gulf Coast Bird Observatory - here in Texas has recently banded black skimmer chicks. They are asking anyone who sees them if they can report the band number and location as part of their migratory study project. Facebook Link below. Thank you!
  8. Here is a link to a website All About Birds that is good for helping identify species https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Savannah_Sparrow/id
  9. These are my guess but wait for the experts 🙂 1) Willow Flycatcher 2) Mountain Bluebird
  10. My guess is Juvenile Yellow-Crowned Night Heron. Where are you located?
  11. If you click on the listen button in this link maybe you can tell if it is the same bird call that you heard. https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Red-winged_Blackbird/
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