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Tim Emmerzaal

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  1. If I look in the guide, I come to the drab Yellow Warbler, but more presumably it would be something else; maybe an American Redstart? Seen Oct 3rd in Rochester, MN.
  2. Thanks! I wanted the confirmation since, in that specific area, nobody reported the Winter Wren since 2016 according to eBird, which I found strange... (not sure how much emphasis I should put on that though)
  3. I cannot figure it out. Normally I would just say House, but the pale eyebrow and, to my eyes, seemingly shorter tail is making me doubt. Or is this also common in the House and do other characteristics not match? Seen yesterday in Rochester, MN.
  4. If I read between the lines, the 4th is also a Hermit Thrush?
  5. Thanks so far! I was indeed aware of the white-throated sparrow, there are currently a lot of them here ? Lets see if anyone else has an opinion about the last Thrush
  6. Still not very good with the IDing of Thrushes as I do not observe them that often. The last pic I think would be a (female?) Rose-breasted Grosbeak. Seen yesterday in Rochester, MN. Thanks!
  7. The little chickadees always seem to be active and this one posed quite nicely in the process!
  8. As I have not seen these before I would like a confirmation on them. Seen on Sunday in Rochester, MN. Thanks!
  9. I have no idea which one it is ? Seen Sunday in Rochester, MN
  10. Not the best picture, but I was very surprised that I saw one flying! ? ?
  11. Thanks for the feedback! (All out of likes for today, so they will come tomorrow ?)
  12. Seen this morning in Rochester, MN. My best guesses are: 1-2) Orange-crowned Warbler 3) Chestnut-sided Warbler 4) Chipping Sparrow
  13. I always love to observe the Black-capped Chickadees at work ?
  14. After I found out that we have hummingbirds in the local park, my goal for this summer was to capture one. A lot of times, I came close, but yesterday it finally happened! ? Not 100% satisfied with the picture quality, but at least my goal is achieved! Winter is now allowed to come...
  15. That said; if you say it cannot be the same bird then I can believe that, stranger things have happened ?
  16. Thanks for the input! As for the question if #3 and #4 are the same bird, these images were taken 40 seconds apart (with a few other images in between). I cannot be 100% sure that it is not the same bird, but I am fairly certain. I was following #3 in these relatively dense bushes and it could indeed be possible that right at the same time another bird came in the frame where #3 was in the same general direction (there were some moments that I lost track of the bird to pick it up a few seconds later, you probably know how that goes..)
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