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Lady Tiff

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  1. Hi Everyone, I was going through my photos, naming files, etc, and I came across this photo I think I incorrectly ID as a Yellow-rumped Warbler.  It was taken January 2018 in Palm Beach County (South FL). 

    The bill and the white eye circle (as opposed to a white eye liner) are making me think it's not a YRW and maybe a Vireo.  Any help is appreciated - this is my only photo - Thanks!


  2. So all these were seen this past weekend, but were either too fast or I couldn't get a got view of the bird.  Most are probably not id'able - so thanks to all that attempt this challenge!!

    1. No Ideas ... https://photos.app.goo.gl/td4BYVzymEHAXdENA

    2. Possible Ovenbird, but without a face, can we really know!? https://photos.app.goo.gl/B4rWKGn4WALvFYxdA

    3. Skinny Palm Warbler? https://photos.app.goo.gl/scUW7jfEvJAaNNRb6

    4. Flycatcher? https://photos.app.goo.gl/tiZjyvUeQkst4biX9 and https://photos.app.goo.gl/ote7xBE1PiePt4Xa7

  3. 5 hours ago, geoffclarke said:

    @Lady Tiff, are you by chance removing these pictures, because I can't see them and am getting an error. Maybe it's on my end. But if you are removing, any chance you can leave them up for a few days? I like to learn from other people's pictures and responses.

    No I haven't removed the photos.  The links still work on my side. 

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  4. This looks like an Albino Ringneck Dove - I actually have one as a pet.  They are a domestic bird, so the poor baby is probably a lost pet.  Best thing to do is lay small seed on the ground for him/her to eat, if it won't let you get too close.  

  5. Is it finally true?  Did I get a hawk other than the Red Shouldered Hawk?  I didn't have my camera with me, but this little guy swooped onto a low branch while driving down the street, I u-turned and pulled over, I got as close as I could with my phone before he flew off.  I did see his chest though, it was white and brown barred.  Sorry the photo is so bad, is he id'able just based on the tail?  


  6. I spotted this tiny guy yesterday in Palm Beach County FL, there were at least two of them, possibly 3-4.  These were the best photos I could get, after about 20 minutes of looking straight up I had to abort the mission before my neck cracked!

    I'm thinking Prairie Warbler, but the undertail coloring doesn't seem to match. Then I thought Pine Warbler, but it doesn't have the deep notch in the tail.  Any ideas, or is it not id'able with these photos?





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