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  1. Is this some variant of a Green-winged Teal? Today in SW Missouri. Thanks. https://www.dropbox.com/s/8jy3j3b86i9dky0/WHATBIRD DUCK 2020-10-18 07-48-23.jpg?dl=0
  2. I'm rusty on fall sparrows. Here are three I saw a few days ago in SW Missouri. Thanks https://www.dropbox.com/sh/xcqfy9f88rkzavi/AAC36UwklX6a08METEfDXbt3a?dl=0
  3. Is this a young Coopers or Sharpie? It seemed quite small as it flew to this perch but it looks larger on the limb. To me, it has the forward eyes and rounded tail of a Coopers. Today in SW Missouri. Thanks https://www.dropbox.com/s/b87rqxza60iz5wz/2020-10-13 09-10-53 - 0369 CROP.jpg?dl=0
  4. I hope someone can ID this atrocious picture shot before daylight this morning at 1/200 and ISO of 128,000!! Over a lake in SW Missouri. Thanks https://www.dropbox.com/s/dzsvqk3757njb1e/2020-10-02 06-53-59 - 0017-denoise.jpg?dl=0
  5. The eternal question--which flycatcher? Taken today in SW Missouri, sitting quietly in deciduous trees next to a prairie. It was mute, but was flicking its tail. The wing bars look buffy to me. Thanks https://www.dropbox.com/s/lmi7a96gq9ydjcl/IMG_0086_2020-07-25 6-57-41 AM WB.JPG?dl=0
  6. Could this be a Common Yellowthroat female? The colors aren't good because this was way underexposed--the yellow is particularly blocky and exaggerated. Southwest Missouri this week. Thanks. https://www.dropbox.com/s/o2rupm8vzwzarx4/IMG_0839_2020-05-07 8-16-46 AM whatbird.jpg?dl=0
  7. Please check my ID on these three vireos. I'm hoping I got Philadelphia correct as this would be a lifer. This week in SW Missouri. Thanks https://www.dropbox.com/sh/oy02x5k2ae6ksaa/AAAil9QSdWhtNC29YGa63HsIa?dl=0
  8. This bird appears to have a slight patagial bar--but the breast, tail, and translucent wings don't look like a Red-tail to me. I think maybe it is an immature Red-shouldered Hawk? Yesterday in southwest Missouri. Thanks https://www.dropbox.com/sh/2x5ji3w0ttj9sj1/AAAuGsfsgYI7-9aO5EfKDhBka?dl=0
  9. Could this be an Indigo Bunting? Today in SW Missouri. Thanks Anything seems possible this mild winter as Cape May Warblers have just been spotted three hours to the north. https://www.dropbox.com/s/u7ybg2smuy1they/IMG_0197_2020-01-18 9-22-52 AMCRP.JPG?dl=0
  10. Is this a Harris's Sparrow? Yesterday in SW Missouri Thanks https://www.dropbox.com/sh/23umnbyfkjpmiqx/AADYfAGKcn4VhO2NmNIHH5W0a?dl=0
  11. These birds were apparently eating grit in a graveled road in SW Missouri in October. My best guess is Red-winged Blackbird, but I am pretty sure that is wrong. Thanks https://www.dropbox.com/sh/fl8f7e13wmhhcwg/AAA0sKIZZzBOzOE7xuBb5h5-a?dl=0
  12. Please confirm Surf Scoter. In a farm pond in Southwest Missouri yesterday Thanks https://www.dropbox.com/s/zzwu8fz4da25g0b/IMG_0528_2019-11-10 4-22-04 PMb.JPG?dl=0
  13. Can anyone put a name on this bird--I can't. NW New Mexico today. Thanks https://www.dropbox.com/s/wc25v9wx7oa3ac1/IMG_0016_2019-09-26 8-11-21 AMcrp.JPG?dl=0
  14. Flycatchers are tough. My best guess is Cordilleran. NW New Mexico today in a river park. Thanks https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ix4u4xwakdug2s7/AACMQffhzjrSNF3JXRb1cWuZa?dl=0
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