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Jodi Nielson

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  1. sorry about this. I meant to post in pic of the day.
  2. This was taken yesterday in Southern Kentucky in an area that is evenly split between Woods and farmland. There were 2 Bluebirds on the wire and then this one landed right next to them. Any help is greatly appreciated.
  3. Spotted this one on a walk this afternoon.
  4. Thanks. Feeling a bit silly because I see Cowbirds all the time (cattle all around our place) but these 2 seemed bigger and their color seemed odd to me. Here's what I'm used to seeing...
  5. These 2 were walking along the neighbors fence line, May 9th in Bowling Green, KY. They looked to be the same size, maybe a bit bigger than a Mourning Dove. I hadn't seen them before and haven't seen them since.....Thanks
  6. Thank you for the correction. I'm not even sure where Swallow came from. I've watched Jays and others chasing Hawks away and they are usually pretty aggressive. These two just looked like they were just hanging out together. But to my other question, is it common for different types of Hawks to fly together?
  7. Thank you. Would you normally find them flying and hunting together? I have another pic (also not great) of the Broad-winged being followed by a swallow. What would that be about?
  8. Sorry, I'm in South Central Kentucky. I wish the pics were clearer but they were quite a distance away...
  9. These 2 were on an adventure this morning.
  10. What is this? I've run out of search ideas...lol Thanks
  11. I believe my first thought was correct. She made an appearance again today. Still have no idea about the last picture though....
  12. I thought that the first 2 pictures might be a female Summer Tanager. The other, I'm just stumped for some reason. Thanks
  13. Very cool. This is the only pic I got before he disappeared into the woods. Thank you.
  14. Thought it was a Cardinal until I reviewed the shot. Is this a Tanager? I don't believe I've ever seen one around here before.
  15. Thank you. This is a new one for me in our woods. There have been quite a few new birds this year and many that have stuck around longer than usual. Thanks again.
  16. Sorry, not a great pic. Just curious about an id. He was hanging out in our wood. Thanksline.
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