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  1. This is the best I could come up with lol "They can't see me...I'm hiding"
  2. That makes sense. They always flock to the pond in the evening.
  3. Thank you Benjamin. Sometimes I forget those things.
  4. That's right it was an Eastern Bluebird. I forgot until you just mentioned it. It was cloudy that day and camera wouldn't focus on color. Thank you Benjamin.
  5. Do y'all think y'all could help me to identify this swooping bird? I know the picture is a bit far away, but I was hoping to get some insight on what it may be. The picture was taken in the evening in Central Texas on May 26, 2020. Thank you for your help
  6. Which type of sparrow do y'all think this is? House sparrow male or female? Or maybe some other kind of sparrow. Picture was taken in the evening in Central Texas on June 1, 2020. Thanks for your help.
  7. Hey guys, What type of bird do you think this is? The picture was taken in the evening in Central Texas on June 1, 2020.
  8. What do y'all think this is - a female Northern Mockingbird or an immature male? Picture was taken in the evening in Central Texas on May 26, 2020.
  9. I notice it now that you helped me identify her on my other photographs. Thanks again, I really appreciate it.
  10. Wow! I never would have thought to look under that type of bird. I just assumed sparrow because we have so many around here, but Red-winged Blackbird makes sense because I am able to photograph a male fairly often. Thank you so much for your help.
  11. This may be a long shot in the dark, but I was hoping someone might be able to help me to identify this bird I photographed on April 25 in Central Texas. This is the only photo I have of this bird and unfortunately it is further away. But maybe we can figure it out, what do y'all think?
  12. I am hoping y'all can help me to figure out what kind of sparrow (at least I think its a sparrow) I photographed the other day. I noticed the streaks on the breast, but still can't figure it out. The photos were taken in Central Texas on May 14 in the evening. I know the one image of the back of the bird is far away, but maybe it will help. Not sure if it makes a difference or not but the bird is on a cattail on the bank of a pond. Thank you for your help.
  13. @The Bird Nuts That's kind of what I figured. Thank you very much for your help.
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