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birdbrain22

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  1. I agree with Veery here. The Newfoundland population/race is much browner overall and darker in the face. We have banded some and they look nothing like the "typical" veery
  2. This is where I am at as well. I agree with all... including the "I think" part on #5
  3. Agree with Mississippi Kite and Broad-winged Hawk here.
  4. This is a immature Cooper’s Hawk
  5. I can not open any of dropbox links in any of the England threads...
  6. Agree all the pics in this thread show Mallards(including the white domestic in pic 1)
  7. @wolffish @Trevor L. #4 looks better for a female Twite based on a few things: Yellow bill, deeply fork tail, heavy streaking on back, and buff wingtips among other things.
  8. Yes it is a subspecies... so at the species level it is still White Wagtail Edit: Sorry should've read 1 post below... akandula summed it up nicely.
  9. I think this is a Stonechat... I am just not sure if it is a juvenile or a adult in molt.
  10. .I agree with this... there are quite a few breeding pairs of Grasshopper Sparrows there and only only lone Henslow's which none of these pics are.
  11. Yeah I agree probably best to leave as Elaenia sp.
  12. I think there are some Black tailed Godwits and some Spotted? Redshanks. I agree with Little Egret and Common Sandpiper. The last is a Common Moorhen(NOT a Common Gallinule) as when they were split the Moorhen name stayed with the Euro species and the NA species took on the Gallinule name. So the species in Canada is the Common Gallinule while in Europe it is a separate species... the Common Moorhen.
  13. Yes this is a 1st year/winter male Common Eider.
  14. Don't think you can make that call from this shot.... overall still looks like an Osprey to me.
  15. It is one of the Elaenias...possibly a lightly colored Yellow-bellied?
  16. 1. are Dunlin(black belly patch) agree with the rest
  17. The grayer ones could also be young birds born earlier this spring/summer.
  18. Yeah... definitely not either Scaup. For some reason, I thought female Ferruginous had yellow eyes(which is incorrect)... so this has to be a female Tufted.
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