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akandula

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  1. 1. Yes 2. Red-shouldered with the black-and-white barring on the wings/tail.
  2. The large bird is an American Golden-Plover, but the OP is asking about the peeps, which look like Baird’s.
  3. BBPL: https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/262539871 AMGP: https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/265618521
  4. An Indigo Bunting is correct. The blue tint is not always there; note the plain (not heavily streaked) appearance to differentiate it from a House Finch.
  5. Juvenile Black-bellied Plover with the large bill.
  6. 1 is indeed an Orange-crowned Warbler.
  7. That's a Bay-breasted Warbler. Note the peachy flanks.
  8. Correct. The clean demarcation between the brown head and gray breast rules out Red-breasted.
  9. Yes, the stubby bill and gray (not brown) upperparts also point to Semipalmated.
  10. Yup! Note the complete white eyering and lack of wingbars.
  11. Eastern Phoebe. Note the all-dark bill.
  12. The left two are indeed Leasts, and the one on the right is a Semipalmated (note the black feet).
  13. Juvenile Peregrine. Note the strong "mustache."
  14. Looks like an Acadian to me with the super long primary projection.
  15. A female-type Cassin's Finch would have crisper streaking, a stronger facial pattern, and a sharper bill.
  16. Sorry, now that I look at it better, it looks better as an Orange-crowned.
  17. The supralorals are very buffy, which rules out all other similar Catharus.
  18. That’s a Palm Warbler. Note the yellow undertail coverts.
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