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  1. Yeah that's a Black-capped Vireo... a local hill country breeder. Great bird to get.
  2. This is a young Red-shouldered Hawk. The tail pattern fits, as well as the wing crescents in the flight shot as well.
  3. On a recent business trip to Miami, picked up a 2 misses from last time as well as 2 rarities. However no pics as I did not bring the camera. 622-625: Thick-billed Vireo, Western Spindalis, White-winged Parakeet, and Spot-breasted Oriole.
  4. All ducks are Redheads... the brownish headed ones are females.
  5. @jcarscadden... your pics in the first post are an immature bird which is why they are rufous colored. Your other pic is of an adult.
  6. I agree with 1-4 (common for #4) and #7. #s 8 and 9 are Linnets. I think #s 6 and 10 are Chiffchaffs. #5 I am unsure of... that all black bill should eliminate Chiffchaff though.
  7. So back to the pics... the first one is a Hermit Thrush and the second one is a much larger bodied bird, with my best IDs based on a very poor pic(no offense intended) being Red-shouldered Hawk or Barred Owl. They are definitely not the same bird in the 2 pics.
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