Jump to content
Whatbird Community

akandula

Members
  • Content Count

    2,823
  • Joined

  • Days Won

    63

akandula last won the day on October 4 2020

akandula had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

2,804 Excellent

About akandula

  • Birthday 02/13/2004

Personal Information

  • Location
    Pennsylvania

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. 1. All three look like Pied-billed 2. Ruddy Duck 3-4. Pass 5. Yes, Northern Flicker 6. Yes, male American Kestrel 7-8. Young Sharp-shinned
  2. Yeah, now looking back at it, I'm not completely sure if it's pale enough. It does look a lot like a wild one. I'm curious for any other opinions.
  3. 5. The peachy throat indicates some domestic genes. 8. Eared Grebe with the middle-peaked head.
  4. Those are Townsend's Warblers. Note the dark ear patches.
  5. For comparison, here's a photo of a female-type Eastern Purple I took not too long ago. Notice how my bird has bolder markings and browner plumage.
  6. Yeah, I haven’t seen @akiley on here recently . I would say Western due to the greenish tint on the back.
  7. Adult Cooper's is a safe bet with that large size (compared to the Merlin) and short outer tail feathers.
  8. The first bird strikes me as a Ring-necked Duck with that square head. I could be wrong, though.
  9. It's probably the one in Manasquan Inlet (New Jersey).
  10. Orange bill, fully dark inner primaries... looks good for the Black-headed, Rich.
  11. I agree with Pine Warbler for #3. Thick bill, eye-arcs, unstreaked back.
  12. No, adult Red-shoulders have black-and-white checkered patterns on their wings.
×
×
  • Create New...