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  1. Definitely two different birds might be three. I did see male Black-throated Blue Warbler in the area. Thanks for the help.
  2. Thanks for the quick reply that's a lifer for me.
  3. Okay. Thanks was not sure because it did not look like these Red-shouldered Hawks
  4. I thought the same thing but I wasn't sure either. Having never seen one.
  5. I thought it was a female orchard oriole because I saw lit with male bird. In-person the head had an orangish red color.
  6. Is this an orchard oriole female seen today Southeastern North Carolina.
  7. Is this a Cape May Warbler. Taken in South Carolina today. Thanks in advance.
  8. Bladen County North Carolina kind of rare here. Only seen in yard once before in 20 years of bird-watching more common at the coast about 50 Mi away. Does the yellow on the throat mean that it's a younger bird.
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