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Bob T

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  1. Thank you - that’s a great help. I used the iBird Pro app, and it showed the Broad-winged Hawk as a possibility. Other apps (Audubon, Merlin, Sibley) did not. Any comments on this discrepancy?
  2. Photo taken today in Willoughby, Ohio, 2 P.M. Bird was around 15 inches in height. Poor photo, but any help? Broad-winged, Maybe?
  3. I realize that this photo (iPhone SE) is not much to go on, but perhaps there's someone out there able to ID it. It was a large bird, about 18", perhaps immature. Location; Geauga County, Ohio, about 2:30 p.m. Thanks in advance. Bob T. Chardon, Ohio
  4. Saw this bird perched on deck railing this afternoon in Chardon, Ohio. Can't tell whether or not it's a Wood-Pewee, as it appears to have an eye-ring (or not). Anyone? Thanks in advance. Bob T.
  5. These were taken in Chardon, Ohio this afternoon. Because of what appears to be an all-black bill, I would guess an Eastern Phoebe, but the wing bars confuse me. Any help? Thanks in advance
  6. Haven't a clue what this little gray sparrow-like bird is. Video clip is not good, but any help? Thanks in advance. Bob T.
  7. Need to confirm this is a Yellow rump. Not a great pic. Thanks in advance.
  8. Just want to confirm that this is a Solitary Sandpiper. Taken in Burton, Ohio this morning on the Cuyahoga River. Thanks, Bob T.
  9. Thanks once again, akandula. More knowledge.
  10. This poor photo was taken in Chesterland, Ohio this morning. I don't know whether I was looking at a sparrow, a finch, a flycatcher, or none of the above. Can anyone help? Thanks in advance. Bob T.
  11. Thanks, akandula. In retrospect, I believe the Eatstern and the Eastern Towhee are closely related. Bob T.
  12. These unfortunate photos were taken in Burton Ohio on 5-2-20. The bird was in in a small tree next to grassy area singing his heart out. At first I thought it was a Bay-breasted Warbler, but the song didn't match ... it was more Towhee-like.
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