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  1. Thanks for the confirmations. I hope to get better pics soon.
  2. Sorry about the lack of picture quality. Had to take the pictures with my phone. Roswell, Georgia on Sep 18, 2021, near Big Creek and the Chattahoochee River. Bird definitely had a yellow bill. Slowly moved its head while peering into the canopy. About the size of a Robin.
  3. Thanks to all repliers. The size is about right for Blue-gray Gnatcatcher. My first thought looking at the first picture was a long downturned bill. Zooming in, I think it is the bug. Other pics confirm the bug theory. I ruled out Blue-gray Gnatcatcher because of color; hence "no clue". I guess color is not reliable due to photo being back-lit.
  4. Oriental, NC. June 8, 2021. This bird is about half the size of a Purple Martin. Sorry about the quality of the back-lit photo. Maybe the experts here can see ID marks that I'm missing.
  5. I have read that Eastern Phoebes do not visit seed feeders. And yet, I saw this bird eat sunflower hearts. Sure looks like a Phoebe to me, but I hope I'm wrong; it would be a new bird if I'm wrong. P.S. Roswell, Georgia on May 31, 2021.
  6. Saw this bird on Pig Island in Saint Joseph Bay near Port Saint Joe, Florida on January 12, 2021. Size was comparable to nearby Snowy Egrets.
  7. Thanks for the Snowy Egret confirmation. I'll start a new topic for the heron.
  8. This is a better picture of what I thought was a Great Blue Heron. I hope it is not.
  9. Saw this bird on Pig Island in Saint Joseph Bay near Port Saint Joe, Florida on January 12, 2021. It seemed to be a little smaller than a Great Egret, and the bill has a lot of black. The picture that shows it near what appears to be a Great Blue Heron is included for size comparison.
  10. Thanks to all for the quick replies. I have seen this bird before, but not when I had a good camera. Life list just got a little longer.
  11. These birds were in Saint Joseph Bay near Port Saint Joe, Florida on January 12, 2021. Looks like a duck when it flies.
  12. I took this picture of two American Oyster Catchers on an oyster bed in Apalachicola Bay, near Saint George Island, Florida on January 28, 2020 at 5:15 PM. I just noticed that both birds are banded. Should I contact somebody to report their location on that date?
  13. Thanks, The Bird Nuts. I'll definitely be on the lookout for the whole family.
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