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  1. Thank you so much! I know the pictures were appalling, as was the lighting at the time (stormy and at dusk), and I don’t like to use flash when taking pictures of wild animals. So props to you for being able to make all of that out! 🙂
  2. Seen September 5, 2019. Is this a Ruddy Turnstone or something else? Delaware Seashore in Sussex County, Delaware.
  3. Really impressive photos. If you don’t mind my asking, what did you use to shoot with? TIA.
  4. Agreed with Brown Thrasher. Cool bird!
  5. Oops, not sure how I read that as NC. My bad. No wonder it seemed so unusual.
  6. That’s unusual for a Dark-eyed Junco to be in NC this time of year. Also, it looks like one of the western varieties not normally found in the east even during migration. Very interesting.
  7. Posting this on behalf of family member in southern Colorado (Saguache County). Sorry for the terrible photo quality. Thanks!
  8. Ravens right? Seen in early May 2019 on bridge leading into DC from VA. Havent managed to transfer photos to computer as it’s broken right now so apologies for the really bad back of cam photo
  9. Seconded Prairie Warbler. (Not that you need me to confirm HamRHead 😝)!
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