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  1. I got two pictures of shrikes. I need to know if these are two different species of shrike. They live in Houston, Texas. What type of shrikes are these. Need them answered by today. With the first picture you can see the bill is shaped differently and it has yellow. Are these northern or loggerhead shrikes.
  2. I found this female grackle, however I am having a hard time telling whether it is a Great-Tailed Grackle or a Common Grackle. Any ideas as to what type of grackle this is? How can I tell the difference between the two. A reply by tonight would be good.
  3. I'm not sure if they are red-tailed hawks because the adult did not have a red tail. Do you guys or anybody else have any suggestions to what type of hawks these are? They live in Houston, Texas.
  4. I took a picture of some hawks. They live in Houston, Texas. I took a picture of an adult hawk and a juvenile hawk in the nest. If anybody can identify this hawk by today that would be great. Thank you.
  5. I still need help identifying this cormorant. If anybody can post something today on what type of cormorant it is that would be great. Thank you.
  6. Took photos of two house finches at a church. One of them is female (brown one) and the other one is male ( red feathers). It was pretty cool to take a picture of them.
  7. In Texas there are two species of cormorant. There is the Neotropic Cormorant and the Double-Crested Cormorant. Here I have a picture of a Cormorant in Texas, but I have no clue as to what type of comorant it is. It could be either of the two species that I listed. I need help in identifying it, doing that as soon as possible would be good. Thank you.
  8. Took pictures around a pond and found this Great Blue Heron. It's pretty cool.
  9. I found this bird at a pond. I have no clue what type of bird this is. If anyone can identify this bird soon that would be great. It lives in Houston, Texas Harris County. Identify as soon as possible thanks.
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