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  1. In the field, I thought it was a Baltimore which is quite common where I took these pictures (near Houston, TX) but Merlin ID keeps insisting that it is a Bulocks which is not unheard of but quite rare in this area. The park where I took these pictures got on gorgeous male bullocks a couple of years ago so I am asking for your opinions here. I can see the more yellowish face with a bit darker cap than expected for Baltimore, along with quite extensive white in the wing coverts. Is that enough? Thanks in advance
  2. lost with this one. seen this morning near Houston thanks in advance
  3. taking this morning in Houston, TX thanks in advance
  4. certain features in these two individuals scream ruby throated but there is quite a substantial Buffy wash all around that it makes me doubt. always a tough group for me. taken today near Houston, TX Thanks in advance Individual 1 individual 2
  5. immature blue grosbeak? Taken today near Houston Thanks in advance
  6. Taking today in Sugar Land, near Houston, TX Thanks in advance same single bird
  7. Sorry, I completely forgot. Galveston, TX, yesterday
  8. The leg color is more pink than yellow so It makes me doubt. Could it be a Greater? Thanks in advance
  9. poor pictures taken Yesterday from the Mallorca-Barcelona Ferry. thanks in advance
  10. Taken in the Catalan Pyrenees. Thanks in advance
  11. or juvenile red billed chough? Photos were taken last week in the Catalan Pyrenees. Thanks in advance
  12. Tennessee? Seen last week near Houston Thanks in advance
  13. taken today near Houston, TX Thanks in advance
  14. I forgot, taken this morning near Houston
  15. In this tape, there is a catbird and a song towards the end. Merlin keeps saying that it is a mourning warbler but I don't think it is. Any ideas? Thanks in advance 2022-05-06 1033.m4a
  16. taken today near Houston thanks in advance
  17. Horrible pictures but I think that there is some detail showing in the wings that may make it IDable. Any comment will be welcome. Taken last week near Houston, TX Thanks in advance
  18. In the field, the bird at the bottom looked to me like a sooty tern but it was so far away that I would appreciate any comment. Taken yesterday in Port Aransas, TX Thanks in advance
  19. The picture is horrible but the bird was pretty far away. Not sure is IDable. Taken on Monday in Port Aransas, TX Thanks in advance
  20. taken yesterday near Houston. thanks in advance A) B) C)
  21. here is a picture of the same group taken three seconds before the last one I posted I do value your opinion and I appreciate your response. Do you think that the one on the right is a greater scaup?
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