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Tim Emmerzaal

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  1. Seen this afternoon in Rochester, MN. (not sure if ruffled is the correct word in this context, if not please also correct me on this!)
  2. First one relatively certain, however, is the second one also a Yellow-throated Vireo or something else? Was in the same vicinity as the other recording Heard this evening (±7pm) in Rochester, MN Yellow-throated Vireo.wav 20210718-184537.wav
  3. Seen this evening in Rochester, MN. Do not have more good ones of the possible blue-winged...
  4. It sure is! I am also jealous myself if I think about it! ?
  5. This one if from a while back (February) but never got around to uploading the picture. It was really amazing seeing this one (first time seeing an owl in the wild in general for me)! https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/354510951
  6. Are we also doing birds from other countries? Taken some time back in the Netherlands, a European robin
  7. Not necessarily singing, more like shouting I'm hungry! ?
  8. First time for me seeing the work of a Yellow-bellied Sapsucker (only heard him once before) and I am amazed by the fact that this does not kill the tree! https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/354099931
  9. Seen last weekend near Ironwood, Michigan. If Hooded Merganser, is there also a way to determine the sex at this time of the year?
  10. I cannot seem to figure this one out.. Seen last weekend near Upson, WI at the edge of a small lake and a wooded area
  11. This is very good information to have, thank you!
  12. Is this enough to ID this one without additional pictures? Seen last weekend in Rochester, MN
  13. Good points and I have no idea about hybrids. I currently do not have any other pictures, I will be on the lookout for more. Maybe you can see something here, I zoomed in a lot and reduced the highlights a bit.
  14. Seen last weekend in Rochester, MN. This time with very bad pictures, probably the first picture is a different bird. I do not have any additional images to share with better angles..
  15. I guess this little guy (Chipping Sparrow I believe) was hungry!
  16. Ok thanks! I was not aware that the females have a hint of blue on the shoulder of the wing @Birding Boy I also saw the band, makes you wonder when it was caught
  17. This Great Crested Flycatcher was cooperating relatively good! Of course, it could always have been better ?
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