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Sneat

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  1. 1. House Sparrow 2. White-throated Sparrow 3. White-throated Sparrow 4. Song Sparrow
  2. Looks good for Yellow Warbler
  3. Yes, looks good for Black-throated Blue Warbler
  4. This is actually a female Red-winged Blackbird
  5. Looks good for Pine Warbler
  6. I always have trouble telling apart female/immature Wilson’s Warblers and Hooded Warblers. How are we separating this individual? I think I am seeing white outer tail feathers and feel more inclined to choose Hooded for this individual. Is the all black bill a distinguishing factor as well?
  7. Yeah, White-throated was my thought as well
  8. If this is a Gilded Flicker it would be a first county record for Navajo County. Northern Flickers on the other hand are very common in the area. Navajo County is severely under-birded, but I don’t know that I would base an ID off of this photo alone.
  9. I am having trouble accessing the photo through this link
  10. Looks like a leucistic individual. My first thought was Red-shouldered Hawk but I would definitely wait for more opinions.
  11. I have yet to find a cackler, they are quite difficult down here, but from what I’ve read, they are mallard sized, right? Cackling Geese are nearly always smaller than Canada Geese, by a significant margin in the individuals I have seen, but I think size is pretty variable in both Canada and Cackling Geese. I would certainly not base an ID between the two on size alone.
  12. The three in front are Pied-billed Grebes, I’m not sure about the bird in the back
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