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Saul Panzer

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  1. Hadn't thought of Blackpoll, but that certainly fits. Thanks!
  2. With the prominent white wing-bars, I am hoping this is a Pine Warbler, but don't be afraid to dash my dreams. Tennessee or Orange-crowned maybe? Question by Fred Durkin, on Flickr Taken last month in Cloquet, MN
  3. I was thinking possible Pintail also, but Scaup and Redhead were also up for consideration. Thanks for your thoughts.
  4. Maybe I'm reaching here, but the bill doesn't look right. Today in Duluth, MN DSCN4432 by Fred Durkin, on Flickr
  5. It's the throat that was throwing me off Red-winged. I've seen a ton of immature males, but never in this exact phase. Thanks!
  6. The eyes aren't right for a rusty, but it can't be a female Red-winged. What do you think? DSCN4330 by Fred Durkin, on Flickr
  7. Northern Hawk Owl taken yesterday. Hawk Owl by Fred Durkin, on Flickr
  8. This Tufted Duck has been hanging around our area for a while now, today was the first decent pic I was able to get. Tufted Duck3 by Fred Durkin, on Flickr
  9. While looking at a bunch of birds, this Pine Marten stole the show! DSCN0765_2 by Fred Durkin, on Flickr
  10. Juvenile King Eider King Eider4 by Fred Durkin, on Flickr
  11. This look scared me just a little. Great Gray by Fred Durkin, on Flickr
  12. With the absence of dark wing tips and the similar size to the adjacent Herring Gulls, could this be a first winter Glaucous? Taken today in Duluth, MN DSC04881 by Fred Durkin, on Flickr DSC04892 by Fred Durkin, on Flickr
  13. Ivory Gull: Code 3 St. Louis County, MN Ivory Gull by Fred Durkin, on Flickr
  14. Taken two days ago in Rochester MN: Hawk by Fred Durkin, on Flickr Thanks for looking!
  15. Taken today in Rochester, MN Possible Cooper's Hawk by Fred Durkin, on Flickr
  16. Here is the backside of the first one: palm9 by Fred Durkin, on Flickr and here is another pic of the 2nd: pier1 by Fred Durkin, on Flickr
  17. These where two separate birds taken last week in Marathon and Key West. Their markings are much crisper than the Merlins I'm used to seeing, if they are indeed Merlins. Crisp Raptor by Fred Durkin, on Flickr Crisp Raptor 2 by Fred Durkin, on Flickr As always, thanks for looking!
  18. Thanks everyone, I've just about wrapped up my Florida question bird, just a few more to go!
  19. Last week on Duck Key: Possible Stilt Sandpiper by Fred Durkin, on Flickr the down-turned bill looks good, but not sure on the bill color.
  20. Love this forum! That makes 20 lifers for my Florida trip! Thanks everyone!
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