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Everything posted by Sneat

  1. Yes, looks good for Black-throated Blue Warbler
  2. This is actually a female Red-winged Blackbird
  3. 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?
  4. Yeah, White-throated was my thought as well
  5. 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.
  6. I am having trouble accessing the photo through this link
  7. Looks like a leucistic individual. My first thought was Red-shouldered Hawk but I would definitely wait for more opinions.
  8. 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.
  9. The three in front are Pied-billed Grebes, I’m not sure about the bird in the back
  10. Both look good for Greater Yellowlegs to me. Bill in second photo also appears long and slightly up curved. Wait for more opinions though
  11. Boat-tailed Grackle would be a very rare find. I am undecided on this individual and would definitely wait for further input.
  12. Looks like a Dove sp. I don’t think specific species can be determined from these photos
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