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  1. That looks good for a Hooded to me. It's similar to this bird: https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Hooded_Oriole/media-browser/67360281
  2. The pale rump and collar makes this a Cliff Swallow.
  3. That's a 1st-winter Laughing Gull. Note the droopy black bill and broad tail band.
  4. Yes, this is a Prothonotary Warbler -- the yellow gem of the swamps.
  5. Yes, this is an immature Yellow-crowned Night-Heron. It will indeed take on adult plumage later.
  6. A Black-throated Green Warbler is correct.
  7. Magnolia is correct. Note the black flank streaking and distinctive tail pattern.
  8. 3 and 4 is actually an American Kestrel. Note the two black slashes on the face.
  9. Agreed. Note the reddish upperparts and faint breast spots.
  10. That's a Swamp Sparrow. Note the rusty cap, dark eyeline, reddish wings, and minimal streaking on the underparts.
  11. Thank you for following me. Now I have *two* followers :)

    May your birding be well.

  12. Welcome to Whatbird! Those are Common Mergansers. It’s not uncommon to see that many ducklings. In fact, there have been sightings of more than 50 for this species (https://www.audubon.org/news/heres-why-mama-merganser-has-more-50-ducklings)!
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