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  1. OK, this very fuzzy but it looks like tail is red as bird is going forward. Then again............This is same bird from original pic. Thanks (note timestamp below is when I took pic - original 11:01:23) Well no wonder the crows were upset if the place was full of hawks!
  2. Kevin, you are a star! Tnx so much
  3. I don't know how to do a clip and the bird was there for only a couple of seconds before disappearing into trees. Someone on the site chat told me in no uncertain terms that it was a RSH. There are a lot of RSH in the area, always buzzing the nest. Gotta admit that's not an eagle tail. I was all hung up on coloration. Here's the stream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScrHyQLxy14 I thank you all. You're a great bunch of folks! Now back to 'cane prep!
  4. It's not the resident couple for sure. Those wings bothered me too. A good suggestion. I thank you.
  5. Oh sorry, time was 11:01:23 on NEFL - Live bald eagle feed cam 1. On cam3 looks to be medium/large hawk sized.
  6. Just seen in eagle nest tree near coast of NE FL. Chased off by crows.
  7. Oh, OK thanks so much! Most of the views I've had of these hawks has been the top side as they buzzed eagle nests!
  8. Visitor at eagle nest at the National Arboretum in DC this morning. Time stamp 8:15 AM onward. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLcYx2TGjJw
  9. Ha! I forgot to check range on teal! My old birdbook doesn't have northern pintail, just common pintail. I take it they are the same. Thanks so much to all!
  10. Oh wow! Turns out I've seen that bird in summer duds (black front) when a flock passed through IL at the end of April. Thanks so much.
  11. Thanks for the tip! There is such a variety of birds on the Flyway that I spend much of my time guessing.
  12. Well, it's enough to know they're plovers. Yes Charlie the one I focused on was the one you described. I was confudled because I think of plovers as prairie birds I guess. Colton, the one on the left also had the dark cheek and white behind the bill. Little blighter turned his head. Same bird as on the left, better shot.
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