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Sugar Land

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  1. Not sure what this one is. Any comment will be appreciated. Taken this morning near Houston, TX Thanks in advance
  2. Pine Warbler? That was my first impression in the field but those broken eye rings look too white to me. Any comment will be appreciated. Taken today near Houston, TX. Thanks in advance
  3. Taken today near Houston, TX Thanks in advance
  4. Actually three. LEt's see how many I got right Taken this morning near Houston, Thanks in advance. 1. Nashville Warbler 2. Indigo Bunting 3.. Broad-winged Hawk
  5. taken this morning near Houston, Tx thanks in advance
  6. I know the pictures are awful, but could this be a Brown booby? Taken this morning near Houston. Please take into consideration that tropical Storm Nicholas was expected to hit that area few hours after the shot were taken. Brown booby has been spotted there when hurricanes hit the upper texas gulf coast. thanks in advance
  7. this was all wet, making it even more difficult to ID. Any comments welcome Thanks in advance Taken near Houston 3 days ago
  8. In the filed it looked to me as Nashville but now I am leaning towards Canada. In any case, help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance Taken today near Houston
  9. I am not familiar with this species and i would like confirmation. Very rare in Madera Canyon. Picture taken last Tuesday. Thanks in advance
  10. taken today near Houston, TX. Thanks in advance
  11. taken today near Houston, TX. Thanks in advance 1. Semipalmated? 2. Wilson's Pharalope?
  12. Always a tough group, at least for me. Let's see how many I got. I appreciate any comment. Pictures taken Thursday in Estero Llano Grande, South Texas. Thanks in advance 1. Buff-bellied 2. Ruby-throated? 3. Black-chinned 4. Black chinned 5. Broad-tailed? (l added the last awful picture to show the rufous flanks)
  13. Picture taken yesterday in south Texas. There were a lot of orange-crowned warbler in normal coloration but that one seem way too pale. Any thoughts?
  14. I took this picture yesterday in Estero Llano Grande in South Texas. I first I thought there were mottled ducks but I can't see the black spot at the gape and there is some white in the speculum. Waiting for your responses Thanks in advance
  15. I always had trouble with the group. Any help and comments will be appreciated. Pictures taken today near Houston, TX thanks in advance
  16. unfortunately i couldn't take pictures that display more features to help ID the bird but any comment will help. taken yesterday near Houston, TX. We mostly get Rose-breasted but black-headed can be seen occasionally. Black-headed was reported the day before in the neighboring county. thanks in advance
  17. this bird was seen in an area where lazuli buntings have been reported. I still think that they are indigos but the whitish wing bard through me off. All comments welcome and appreciated. Thanks in a advance
  18. Thank a lot for your comments. They help a lot. One more
  19. Rufous? Taken today near Houston Thanks in advance
  20. Hard to tell with these poor pictures but It is worth a shot. Taken today near Houston, TX Thanks in advance
  21. I have been playing with BirdNet app to learn how to recognize songs and calls, and for the most part it makes a decent job. Obviously, it is highly dependent on the quality of the recording and it handles some groups of birds better than others, but it is much better than any others that I've tried. This morning it gave me an "almost certain" and "highly likely" for an Alder and yellow-bellied flycatchers respectively in two different recordings. I would like to get confirmation so I learn how much to trust the app when it comes to flycatchers. Thanks in advance. Recorded near Houston this morning YEFLrecording_260.wav Alderrecording_252.wav
  22. I have been playing with BirdNet app to learn how to recognize songs and calls, and for the most part it makes a decent job. Obviously, it is highly dependent on the quality of the recording and it handles some groups of birds better than others, but it is much better than any others that I've tried. This morning it gave me an "almost certain" and "highly likely" for an Alder and yellow-bellied flycatchers respectively in two different recordings. I would like to get confirmation so I learn how much to trust the app when it comes to flycatchers. Thanks in advance. Recorded near Houston this morning Alderrecording_252.wav YEFLrecording_260.wav
  23. Hard to tell with these poor pictures but It is worth a shot. Taken today near Houston, TX Thanks in advance
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