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Jodi Nielson

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  1. That was my first thought, but just wanted to make sure. Thanks Now to keep an eye out for him so I can get a better picture!
  2. Not in my yard, but in my neighbors yard, Blue Grosbeak a week or so ago, and this morning down the road a bit, a Prairie Warbler and a Common yellowthroat. All 3 are first sightings for this year.
  3. Okay. I've seen Red-tailed, Red-shouldered, Cooper's and Broad-winged Hawks with a 1/2 mile of my house here in Bowling Green, KY. This is the only picture I was able to get before he dropped below the tree line and went over the ridge this morning. This would be the first Broad-winged I've seen this year, if that's what it is, but my id skills have been pretty suspect lately...lol
  4. This was taken a few days ago in Warren Co., KY. We're about an hour north of Nashville. So, barn swallows are back here and I could watch them zipping across the open fields all day. There were several perched on the power line, but when they all took off, this guy was still sitting there pondering life,
  5. But he's not poopin' in tall cotton...🤣
  6. @akandula thanks. when I looked it up, it said there were sightings in KY. Figured it was a long shot, but you never know. I have a bunch of Carolina Wrens that hang out in my yard; I guess this one just looked different to me. Thanks again to all of you.
  7. Thanks. I'll have to check my list but this might be a lifer!
  8. Also taken today in South Central Kentucky. I think these are the same bird but won't swear to it. He was hard to keep up with! I thought maybe, at least the 1st pic, might be a Bewick's Wren??
  9. Taken today in South Central Kentucky. I've seen him a few times, but he finally sat still for a minute so I could get a picture! So, is this an Eastern Phoebe? Thanks
  10. Apparently Crows are having an aversion to perching on rooftops lately....lol
  11. Are we still searching for a raven or crow on a roof? I've seen them everywhere but there. LOL This is fun....waiting on the next challenge
  12. South Central Kentucky here. Over the past month, Eastern Towhees and Indigo Buntings have been at my feeders. Goldfinches are brightening up the scene too. Yellow-rumped Warbers are about and today I spied (thanks to ID help) a Ruby-crowned Kinglet. Hermit Thrush and Brown Thrashers too.
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