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  1. Hi all, I did a wonderful 5-mile hike in Sabino Canyon Recreation Area in Tucson, AZ on Monday. I am from North Carolina, and I learned that desert birds move fast ! They can be difficult to photgraph, but are enjoyable to watch as always. Can someone kindly help me with the small gray bird (third photo)? I am down to a Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher, a Black-Capped Gnatcatcher, or Dark-Eyed Junco. I would really appreciate any help. Also attached for your viewing are photos I took of a Greater Roadrunner, a Gambel's Quail, and Phainopepla (how beautiful!) Thanks in advance !!
  2. Hi all, Would anyone care to help me identify this beautiful gray bird that has been a regular visitor to my backyard in Charlotte, North Carolina for about the past two weeks? I think this one is making a nest in my hedge. Thanks in advance ! RF
  3. Hi all, Can anyone please help me identify this bird? I saw it today in a marshy area in a park in Charlotte, NC. It is mostly black with some white in the wings and a white head, and red / orange color around the eyes. I am thinking Muscovy Duck but the photos I have found online seem to vary quite a bit. Sorry the photos aren’t the best. Thanks in advance for any help !
  4. Thanks Charlie Spencer. I plan to return again in November and look forward to seeing the migratory birds !
  5. Hi everyone, I had a nice visit to the Savannah National Wildlife Reserve in South Carolina the other day and saw and identified swallow-tailed kites, blue herons, common gallinules, red-winged blackbirds, egrets, and roseate spoonbills. I photographed two birds for which I need help identifying. I am thinking the black and brown one is a glossy ibis and the all-black one is a comorant of some kind. I am pretty new at this hobby and would greatly appreciate some expert opinions. Thanks in advance for any help or advice provided. REF
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