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Bird-Boys

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  1. Alright, I think I overreacted and I am sorry for that. It is just so frustrating that some people act like jerks. I've given it a great deal of thought about whether or not I want to continue to be a part of this forum, and I have decided to stay, although I'm still not a fan of how some people on this forum sometimes act. I appreciate those of you who do always treat people with respect and kindness. I hope that people on this forum remember that in order for birding to continue into the next generation, they have to want to.
  2. Yeah, ok I see that it is a DCCO now. I am just going to say that I am fed up with how some people on this forum sometimes act. Especially to new birders or birders with limited experience. I think that @Kevin's post tag speaks volumes. I am disappointed in how some people on this forum sometimes act and will not be coming back.
  3. "Crumby Pics" What makes a picture "Crumby"? 🤪
  4. This bird is definitely showing characteristics of both DCCO and NECO. Any other photos, @AT hiker?
  5. *Former slammer of the admin hammer* 🤣🤣🤣🤣
  6. I'm pretty sure that the cormorant is a Double-crested x Neotropic Cormorant (Hybrid). Note that the gape angle is noticeably more pointed than rounded (Neotropic), but there is yellow above the eye (Double-crested). The yellow above the eye is also rather faint, which favors a hybrid. Also the tail looks longer to me. These hybrids do occur and they are probably overlooked as DCCOs most of the time. Cool Bird!
  7. It has to be Solitary. Yellowlegs never have that strong of an eyering. ever. Leg color of Solitary Sandpiper is variable. Also, a diagnostic feature that I think is forgotten too often is that the base of the upper mandible is green. SOSAs can, on occasion, have an all dark bill, but Green base to upper mandible = Solitary Sandpiper.
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