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  1. In flight it has black patches on its shoulders running down wings a little ways. Caught this pic when it landed. Dark on it's back. I saw it 1-18-19, Palo Pinto Co. Texas.
  2. Kevin

    Alphabet Birds

    eastern phoebe
  3. TY. Sorry I neglected to mention he had a black/brown bars on the top of his tail feathers.
  4. Caught pics of this bird in flight 1-5-2019 in Palo Pinto Co. in the late afternoon. He seemed smaller than previous Northern Harriers I've seen. His tail is quite square. TY
  5. New at photographing birds with a new camera (Nikon P900). Have a long ways to go to be as good as you guys but I was happy to catch this pic of a Cedar Waxwing today.
  6. I am really new to this and certainly don't know if this is possible, but I saw Hooded Warbler reported on Ebird at Ft. Myers (Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve, Lee County, Florida, US) on Jan 2 (and previously Dec. 20 in the same area). I know this is 140 miles away but is it possible that the OP saw a Hooded Warbler? (I read in my guide book they like to live near water in a dense thicket or area.)
  7. Sorry...neglected to mention those things. It was today, around noon, in Palo Pinto County, Texas.
  8. I think this is either an Eastern or Western Meadowlark but I don't know how to tell which one. What can I look for to distinguish between the two. TY
  9. Are these European Starlings? Thank you for any help.
  10. Kevin

    Bird i.d. help

    Thank you. I believe it was a Dark-eyed Junco .
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