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  1. Thank yiy akiley. A new lifer is always so exciting to me😀
  2. I forget to add this is in central texas.
  3. I had about 6 of these little beauties in my pecan tree yesterday. Im thinking they are black throated green warblers. If they are its a new lifer for me😀
  4. Thank you ivorybill! Great blue heron was my first thought, but it appeared to have too much black and white, but it could have just been because of the distance.
  5. I took these photos about a week ago in Central Texas. They are both poor quality but figured it was better than no picture. I think I know what they are but I'm not sure by any means. Your expert help is always appreciated. Thank you Linda
  6. Thank you Melierax! That will be a new lifer for me!
  7. I am absolutely no good at identifying shore birds! This one was taking at lake somerville,TX today. Sorry about the poor pics. Thank you!
  8. Thank you Tony. That's definitely the one, but I have never noticed the yellow crown before.
  9. Thank you birdnuts. Ive never seen a golden crown like that on any of the yellow rumps in my yard. Oh well..guess i need to travel west to see a golden crowned sparrow.
  10. Could this be a golden crowned sparrow? I was looking out window and saw two birds with this bright yellow crown. Taken today in central texas. Sorry about the poor picture, its actually a photo of a picture taken thru a screened window. I sure hope it is! That would make 2 lifers for me this year, the other being a purple finch.
  11. I agree with purple finch. Such beautiful finches. I saw them for the first time ever at my feeders this year.
  12. Thank you! Im kind of excited its a purple finch its not uncommon, i just never have them in my yard..only house finches.
  13. Thank you dred..that would make sense as I have been seeing a male purple finch on the feeders.
  14. So I am almost embarrassed to post this, because I feel like I should know what bird this brown streaked one is, but I can't figure it out. I apologize for the poor photo, I took it on a cloudy day through a screened window. It was taken Monday in Central, Texas. Many thanks!
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