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  1. Both birds from today in Orange Co, NY. The flycatcher was more yellow in the chest and belly than in the photos, but the bright sun made it appear lighter. But in the photos you can still see the yellow wash on parts of the chest/belly, as well as throat and bold eye ring which made me think yellow bellied? And I'm pretty sure the sparrow is a swamp, but the face seems bolder than I am used to seeing? Thanks! Flycatcher IMG_2309 by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr IMG_2313 by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr Sparrow IMG_2355 by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr IMG_2354 by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr
  2. Is this a Western palm warbler, or can Yellow palm warblers be this drab? Taken today in Putnam Co, NY. (Sorry for the photo of the camera screen, not at my computer now). Untitled by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr Untitled by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr
  3. I was way off, never considered bluebird. The bill looked long to me from that angle. Thanks!
  4. Not sure about this one. Only thing that came to mind was a black billed cuckoo missing most of its tail? Taken today in very overcast, rainy conditions in Putnam Co, NY. IMG_1959 by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr
  5. Thank you! This was a new bird for me, and looks like a new bird for the county on eBird too! We had some strong thunderstorms/cold front come through last night so I’m guessing that had something to do with it.
  6. Taken today in Putnam County, NY. IMG_4704 by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr IMG_4698 by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr IMG_4703 by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr
  7. Ok thank you! I wasn’t sure if they were the same birds. There was a big group of chipping and song sparrows. I saw what I thought was a lark sparrow, got one photo (the first shot) and then they all flew up to the fence. I took a couple of quick shots at what I thought was the lark and then they all flew off.
  8. Couldn't get any good photos, then couldn't find it again after it flew but I think these are lark sparrow? Taken today in Putnam County, NY. image1 by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr image3 by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr image2 by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr
  9. Taken 8-16 in CT (New Haven County). Going through some pictures I took, is this a white-rumped sandpiper or semipalmated? All pictures are of the same bird. Thanks! IMG_2898 by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr IMG_2894 by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr IMG_2885 by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr IMG_2882 by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr
  10. I'm not sure what the sleeping bird with the Red Knots is. I waited a while for him to wake up, but a peregrine made a low flyover and all of the birds scattered and I lost him. Taken on the RI coast a couple of days ago. Maybe a Dowitcher? IMG_1384 by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr Is the one next to the Ruddy Turnstone a Sanderling or something something else? Again in RI a couple of days ago. Thanks! IMG_1415 by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr IMG_1416 by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr
  11. Taken today in Dutchess County, NY. Thanks! IMG_1435 by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr IMG_1436 by Anthony Macchiarola, on Flickr
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