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  1. Looks like one lone red breasted female in the last pic,just to the left of center behind the gadwall edit- actually there is another in front of the gadwall also..although,they could be commons...
  2. Anyone want to take a stab at the sub species of this, Just want it for my own curiousity , Taken two days ago in south jersey at a local pond, No biggie if it cant be identified....It seems to have a longer bill then I am used to.
  3. Yeah, Only seen a handful that close,and most have been sick or injured,although we do get flybys at the seawatch from time to time. Probably the bill deformity is causing eating problems. Thanks for the ID, I was starting to think I was goin crazy...
  4. I thought the same thing,thats why I am asking...
  5. Taken today in Barnegat light,I dont know what else it could be. Bird was preening on beach,looked tired maybe injured, called, left message for possible rescue but with the holidays I havnt heard back. I left it on the beach, actively preening,hope it survives...
  6. Agreed, not sure if Juvy or female, I am sure someone with duck knowledge will fill that in...
  7. HI John, Heres a pic of a seaside I took during the summer this year,you can see how plain they are, good luck in the search for one!
  8. The third goose from the left side on the bottom is a snow, the two above it could be Ross’s but I don’t think you could get an Id from the pics.. edit- sniped by Alex henry
  9. Thanks, again. I see chipping now. the black isnt shadow,no sun there today to create shadows,it was raining like the dickens though.
  10. Thanks!! the legs were bothering me also but the black kinda rules out chipping no? Several longspurs were reported there today in the same area with reports of different stages of plumage.
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