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Trevor L.

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  1. In the last few days: Common Loon, Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, Common Tern, Bonaparte’s Gull, Red-breasted Nuthatch, American Redstart, Black-and-White Warbler, and Yellow-throated Vireo. Also, apparently my list has been boosted from 349 after Yellow-throated Vireo to 350 due to the changes that are being done on eBird currently. Once I figure out which one effected me, I’ll put it here.
  2. Forgot to say, above image courtesy of @bearcat6.
  3. I guess so, yeah. I’ll go with Common, since that’s what most are saying. Thanks for the help, and for putting up with the overly-questioning me.
  4. I’m still seeing more orange than red on the tern beak, which would make it better for Forster’s. Unless there’s a high chance of variability in beak color.
  5. Common Terns have red on the bill, don’t they? This bird had a distinct orange color. I should stress that this isn’t me trying to convince myself or anyone that it’s a Forster’s because that would be a lifer. Both options would be lifers. I’m just curious more than anything.
  6. Thanks, BN. As usual, you’re the best!
  7. Seen today in Nisswa, MN. I thought it was a yellowthroat, but someone told me it looked like a redstart.
  8. Is that last Ring-bilked about the bird I described in the second post? Because that bird was much smaller and darker than the Ring-billed Gulls in the area.
  9. Wouldn’t Franklin’s have darker legs, though. All of the pictures I’ve seen shown dark legs. This term seems to have orange.
  10. There was also a small, gull-like bird about the same size as a tern flying around, but I didn’t get a good look at it. I really only saw the wings, which were a very dark gray. Any ideas?
  11. Seen today in Nisswa, Minnesota. First two are same bird and last three are same bird.
  12. Not sure about hummingbird, but the Black-headend Grosbeak is correct.
  13. The bird in those pictures only looks that big because it’s close to the camera.
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