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Tim Emmerzaal

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  1. Thanks for the confirmation. I am however unfamiliar with the AHY or SY terms, what do they mean?
  2. I was thinking this is a young male or maybe first summer? Seen today in Rochester, MN.
  3. My best guess is a female Indigo Bunting. Primarily because I have seen a couple of males around on other days. Spotted in Rochester, MN today. Thanks!
  4. Observed this one today in Rochester, MN at the edge of a small forrest. To me the Savannah and Song sparrow seem both a good fit.. What do you think? Thanks!
  5. Thanks for the additional info! This always gives some more perspective to things ?
  6. Thanks for the input! Much appreciated. I also see that something went wrong with the posting causing a double post, sorry for that!
  7. This would fit the most I think, but I am doubting about this one since it has a more orangy look to it. Or is this a normal variation? Spotted today inn Rochester, MN. Thanks!
  8. This would fit the most I think, but I am doubting about this one since it has a more orangy look to it. Or is this a normal variation? Spotted today inn Rochester, MN. Thanks!
  9. Thanks for the replies! After comparing it a bit more to other species I believe I can see why. Much appreciated!
  10. I cannot seem to figure thins one out... This was shot in the middle of a relatively dense (small) forest in Rochester, Minnesota.
  11. Thank you for the suggestions! I will have a look at them.
  12. Good afternoon! Recently I got back into birding again after a hiatus of several years. The pickup of this hobby is the acquiring of a new lens for my camera. As I am still relatively unfamiliar with the North American birds (I am originally from Europe), I appreciate your help. The first one I am unsure about is this one which I spotted in the afternoon in the middle of a relatively dense (small) forest in the Quarry Hill nature center in Rochester, MN. I believe this to be a Wren, however, which kind I cannot seem to figure out. There were no other birds that I could see at that moment. A maybe unrelated question, but does anyone have a suggestion for a good bird determination book that I can buy for North American birds? I like searching for information on the internet, but a book is still more convenient for me. Thanks!
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