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  1. Could be a lot of things.... with some kind of bird being just one of the options.
  2. rsnyder... I would suggest you post all your African bird ID requests over at https://www.birdforum.net/ There are many folks over there that have experience with African/European birds and will help sort you IDs out.
  3. Rough range Maps of both... https://www.audubon.org/field-guide/bird/california-scrub-jay https://www.audubon.org/field-guide/bird/woodhouses-scrub-jay And if you visited Santa Cruz Island off CA, then most likely...https://www.audubon.org/field-guide/bird/island-scrub-jay
  4. Adult Male and second year male Orchard Orioles there.
  5. I think those 3 top center birds are Caspians.
  6. Rails are secretive birds of the swamps and marshes, which there are plenty in Brooklyn/Queens...I am sure it was heading to one of them. Sadly window strikes are very common during migration as birds see skyline reflections and try to fly right on through. Some birds just get temporarily stunned but most fair far worse.
  7. Western Scrub Jay was split into California and Woodhouse's Scrub Jay... by location this would be a California as IBH stated above.
  8. Agree with Uppie... one of my rarely seen favorites.
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