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  1. Why isn’t that just a young Muscovy? I’ve seen quite a few in domestic flocks that look very similar.
  2. One more attempt. Could this be a Eurasian Skylark? Or again, wrong bill.
  3. Slightly larger than the Saffron Finches, so I ruled young Saffron’s out, plus they were slimmer. But they did have a very slight yellowish cast to them. That a possibility?
  4. It sure is. Just a SWAG. I have no idea.
  5. Do I see a band on its leg. If so, you can trace it by number. looks like a hungry racing pigeon. They can become extremely good pets. If you have a band number, google the National Pigeon Assn, or the American Union Racing Pigeon organization.
  6. Only thing I can think of is American Pipit, which I think is very uncommon in Hawaii.
  7. Can anyone tell me what this is: Seen early this month on the dry, west side of the Big Island. lots of mynah’s, Saffron Finches, Nene. Don’t think I saw any indigenous birds the whole week. Lots of wild goats and mongoose, which, along with the wild pigs, might be the reason. Than you. https://imgur.com/a/HW9kJ9E
  8. That’s a Racing pigeon. Go here: https://www.pigeon.org/bandlistings.php Looks like a raptor got it.
  9. Sure is dark. Might be melanistic. (Excess pigment)
  10. Didn’t work for me on first click, but second try worked just fine. Striking bird.
  11. Yes, domestic Crested Duck (Mallard).
  12. A fourth goose? Distant from the first three?
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