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  1. There aren't many out in the wild right now (2019 marked the 5th year in a row with >500 birds), and even fewer between the migratory route between their summer and winter roosts. check out their range, hopefully your near one of the spots
  2. I'm not good with hawks. Is this a red-shouldered? 1/4 Aransas NWR
  3. Got one! I did see a pair way far away and barely discernable in Aransas NWR. I also saw a pair that were much closer to the road near Goose Island State Park, Texas. Both sighting Jan 4, 2021. This photo is at the latter location.
  4. Sure looks like it! Man, Merlin ID never brought this up as an option
  5. but all the female/immature males I have looked at do not look anywhere near blue
  6. Jan 4, Aransas NWR, Texas. It has red eyes, could it be albino? I suppose not, since it has black feathers
  7. A couple days old, but this photograph looks like an impressionist painting
  8. Is this a breeding male? It doesn't have the black unibrow. Last week in Aransas NWR, southern TX
  9. thank you, It helps when they beg on fishing piers...nice and close. Also, it was my understanding that male BP had the white heads while females were all brown, but as I was researching the above question I think I have that wrong. Is it males and females are indistinguishable and the all brown ones are juveniles?
  10. This is a non-breeding individual, right, with the all white neck? Breeding individuals will have dark necks. Is this right?
  11. Fishing piers... This gal is tagged YZ1
  12. how about for "hawks", "little brown birds" and "willow's flycatcher"
  13. Taken back in 2/4/2017 in Melbourne Florida. I have it labeled as an Eastern Phoebe but I'm not so sure about it now. I don't think I used WhatBird to help ID it back then.
  14. More interesting ID points that help me. Ravens tend to be solo when on the ground while crows tend to form groups. Also, ravens walk around like an old man
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