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  1. That's a black swallowtail butterfly. Not up to speed on my flycatchers though.
  2. I've seen white pelicans in Northern Ontario. More specifically on Lake Esnagami north of Geraldton. Very possible that this is what you saw!
  3. There was a kiskadee celebrity here in Southern Ontario up until early December. First record for Ontario. It is widely believed that it headed south and is the bird on record for Indiana in January. So perhaps it continued south after that.
  4. I was also thinking female rose breasted grosbeak
  5. The eyering did make me think solitary. There were yellow-rumped in the area, can anyone else confirm or deny?
  6. Hi! Looking for help on these 2 birds from today in Southern Ontario. First is a possible solitary sandpiper? Originally, in the field I had thought spotted but once seeing my only photo thought otherwise. Second bird I haven't been able to figure out yet (2 photos of the same bird). Thanks for any assistance as always! IMG_1335b by Jason Pizzey, on Flickr IMG_1316b by Jason Pizzey, on Flickr IMG_1315b by Jason Pizzey, on Flickr
  7. Another for grosbeak. Want to see where this goes.
  8. Hi there! These photos were taken in July 2017 in central Ontario (near Huntsville). I have a guess but never did figure out what this was. Photos are highly cropped and as the sun was getting lower in the sky (may throw the colour of the throat off since it was facing the sun?). Hopefully somone has an idea? Thanks! IMG_7220b by Jason Pizzey, on Flickr IMG_7218b by Jason Pizzey, on Flickr
  9. I vote Herring. Iceland gulls don't have the black wing tips.
  10. My understanding is that the females have the broken up red cap. On the males the red cap extends over the whole head.
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