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Miss Marge

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  1. Ben ... unfortunately, it wasn't from this year. Covid has given me time to shift through unidentified birds. Can you explain what you mean by Townsend's x Black-throated Green?
  2. Is this an American Crow? I thought maybe a Yucatan Jay but there is not distinct eye ring.
  3. Picture taken in Sauble Beach, Ontario, Canada in August.
  4. Taken in August in Tobermory, Ontario, Canada
  5. Gonna guess a Pigeon of sorts. Anyone have a better sense of what type? Belize in March
  6. Could this be a Yellow-backed Oriole? Taken in Belize in March
  7. This guy is kind of wedged in a tree but can someone ID? Taken in British Columbia in in July.
  8. I know I've made this mistake before, but is THIS a Solitary Sandpiper or a Spotted one? I took this picture this weekend at a Conservation Area in Belleville, Ontario. I went looking for a Virginia Rail and this guy flew by. I have trouble identifying shore birds.
  9. Can someone help with identifying this Sparrow? Taken in British Columbia in December.
  10. I don't have a rubber chicken yet. A new one for me ?
  11. Blurry, and taken front on. Probably a Yellow Warbler but just double checking. Taken in Zion National Park in July
  12. Anyone have an idea what bird this is? Taken on Antelope Island in July.
  13. Possible. Not the best picture but I think you can see the feathers behind the red eye.
  14. Can someone ID this Swallow? Taken in Zion National Park, Utah in July.
  15. Can someone ID this little guy? Taken in Layton, Utah in May.
  16. Pretty sure this is a Plumbeous Vireo. Picture taken in Zion National Park, Utah in July
  17. Pretty sure these are both Chukars as I don't see the comma-shaped plume on either of them. Taken on Antelope Island, Utah in May
  18. Are these both pictures of Sage Thrashers? Taken on Antelope Island, Utah in May.
  19. This is a far away picture and I little blurry. Taken on Antelope Island, Utah in May. The bird on the right is a Lark Sparrow, I think. What about the one on the left?
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