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Kerri

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  1. Photo taken today south of Houston Texas. I had to brighten this photo up all the way. Thinking this is an Eastern Meadowlark. Large bill with yellow showing above and below beak and dark eye stipe. Was sitting on electric wire....those feel lol :)
  2. Would Tennessee Warblers be in AL at this time of the year?
  3. This looks like a Peregrine Falcon to me https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Peregrine_Falcon/id
  4. Here is a photo of the tail of the male Red-bellied Woodpecker that visits my feeders. Not sure if the tail "spread" is wide enough to help with ID or not.
  5. I believe the Red-bellied Woodpecker is female since the red does not continue down her forehead.
  6. You can listen to a call here to see if it is the same as you remember https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Wilsons_Snipe/
  7. As a child growing up in Toronto, Ontario every spring we would look for the "white" robin that appeared for many years on my Grandparents front lawn. So nice to see another one. Thank you for sharing :)
  8. https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Pine_Siskin/id
  9. Photo taken this past weekend south of Houston Texas. When I saw this bird I was sure it was a Northern Mockingbird however reviewing the photos the dark wing patches are showing blue? Is this a possible color aberration? Seems odd as nothing else is off color in the photo.Thank you.
  10. How about a Loggerhead Shrike? It doesn't have a fully black crown but a very wide black mask https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Loggerhead_Shrike/sounds
  11. This bird appears to have a very strong white eye ring which I don't think a White-eyed Vireo would have. A White-eye Vireo should have a white iris to the eye. A Blue-headed Vireo has a strong eye ring but I'm not sure if it would be in your area in October? Having said that please wait for the experts.
  12. My vote is Coopers Hawk. Big and bulky, thick legs, squared tail with prominent white tip and break in the color on the back of the neck. But wait for the experts. Thanks.
  13. I went home to get my camera and it was gone. So I'm sure it was a bird of some sort. It was quite large and the tail seemed short and wide so I was hoping for an owl. But as Charlie pointed out the coloration seems off and I do see a lot of Red Shouldered Hawks here as well. Thank you.
  14. Hard to tell. If I had to guess I'd say Coopers because the tail looks rounded. But wait for the experts. Thank you.
  15. @akandulaThank you! I"m out of likes already today 🙂
  16. I'm apparently out of likes for the day already lol. Thank you! @Charlie Spencer @HamRHead @Phalarope713
  17. Photos taken today south of Houston Texas. Is that too much yellow color on the face for a Pipit? It was foraging on the ground. Thank you.
  18. Photo taken south of Houston Texas today. I didn't see any white wingbars at the time. That straight up tail is throwing me for a loop? Any thoughts? Thank you.
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