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  1. That's a Bufflehead. Male and female. Not a Mallard.
  2. I don't know if this is too late to help, but I found that if you go to your "iCloud drive" on your computer and literally copy the selected "favorites" file from the Ultimate folder called "favorites" to the Pro file called "favorites" that worked for me. Same thing with the notes files just move them from the Ultimate folder to the Pro folder and everything transfers over fine. In fact, it even changed my "Gray Jay" favorite and note in Ultimate to "Canada Jay" in Pro.
  3. Sadly the Great Black Hawk had to be euthanized 😞. Frostbite was too extensive and it wasn't getting any blood flow to its legs. https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=2060399997369304&id=381894018553252&__xts__[0]=68.ARBCAqppDbvYN7U7zb_4Srefvp6wbGHIVOSveg28oNu5-1aXcgxUvE7SkIXrjsThS47-mmaGTRmQ4JGGgbrsSZdn-e-FTg_ALZ6F3z-aBHVIP4DOI5m6Rbpon56ZLQ2-wHDWsy4go-2PcJANa8zbyXxrnBCrBJ618iSPwHl_cAQEqjVABNOFxafqIS-p2yor7TtQdXV9Ifwc8XGpvlP-a0lfi4VDwou02RozNMh-_eWHnXbK1LXbw9nmuU0WrwS8oeeYEo9hKJ196pnZLI2-A_PArOEIFh2TDeIMXiCxu0EVWPlF6DC8wXXKFnWas8kERb3vb5rQxsX4afQ8PGM-wR7kCA&__tn__=K-R
  4. Yeah, unfortunately it's time has come... It was found on the ground barely alive a couple days ago. Rehabber noted it had frostbite on it's feet and possibly some other issues. We'll see what the fate is, there's a big debate if it recovers if it should be released in Maine, taken south, kept in a zoo/wildlife park, or euthanized. We'll see how it plays out. Bummer deal, but it lasted a LOT longer than expected here and this wasn't the first cold snap it went through. https://www.wmtw.com/article/maines-cold-climate-proves-too-much-for-rare-hawk/25979374
  5. I should note here that the Great Black Hawk is still around (now up in Portland, ME). It has also been confirmed as the same bird that was first seen in S. Padre Island Texas!
  6. Saw this hummer at the SD Zoo today. I got a flash of pink in the gorget. Photo sleuth is calling it a Broad-tailed but I’m skeptical as it’s out of range. Any thoughts?
  7. I think it's good for a Red-shouldered. Location is always useful especially as hawk migration is underway.
  8. I’ll give a suggestion, my thought is Pectoral Sandpiper.
  9. Saw this bird in Biddeford Maine today. Any ideas
  10. Y... Yes. Pink bill, looks like a long tail, so FISP is the best bet. I will say what appears to be a black eyeline threw me off, but I think that's a lighting issue.
  11. Awesome, thanks! That's what it was deemed the last time I posted it. I only brought it up again because there was a Western Kingbird spotted in Maine last week, and I needed the potential lifer boost to get the motivation to go out and get it, which I missed it by 1 day...
  12. Wouldn’t white edging on tail feathers suggest Western?
  13. I posted this photo years ago on Whatbird (before the crash) and I had an assumed response which I have lived with to this day. Anyway, this bird was photographed April 4th 2016 in San Diego, CA. Input would be greatly appreciated. Kingbird ID 2 by Seth Davis, on Flickr
  14. I'm awfully late to the picture, but this fella has been around for the past week or so. Maine is killing it on the rarities again this year, I don't know if that's something to be afraid of.
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