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birdbrain22

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  1. Unless the bird is showing a strong gape mark, it is really hard to age House wrens in the field. In the hand you can see some differences in the barring on the flanks and undertail coverts(which usually is more whispy in HY birds) and observing molt limits can help to help determine age. All that can be determined from this pic is that this bird is not a HY bird... so we would call it an AHY( After Hatch Year)
  2. The bird in the original post is 100% a Turkey Vulture.
  3. Sorry... I can't hear anything but white noise/static. Edit: I had volume turned up high and could barely make it out over the white noise... possibly a Northern Saw Whet Owl. I am not sure, as I can barely hear it.
  4. It is a gull sp for me... looks like a juvenile or 1st winter bird, but it will be difficult to get to species level from these pics IMO.
  5. I agree with the others... this is a Northern Parula(either a female or a HY bird). BTW N. Parulas have a yellow throat.
  6. Looks like a HY(Hatch year) Horned Lark to me. He appears to be in mid molt from juvenile to Adult plumages
  7. Face pattern, overall coloring, yellow UTCs among other things make this a Palm over a Yellow-rumped.
  8. Agree... look at the bulkiness in pic 3 as well.
  9. Yeah I am not sure if one is more popular in pet trade or not. I just knew it was an Indigobird and forgot how many species there were... and then I looked and made my second post. I think there may have been relatively recent splits into some new species too
  10. or Village or one of the other species that look identical! lol
  11. This is one of the Indigobirds... my guess would be Dusky
  12. FWIW...not certain, but I like Acadian here.
  13. I definitely want another photo as well... but I am leaning Yellow-bellied from this alone
  14. So it is a rehabilitating/rescue bird... which explains the close-up shot.
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