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  1. Thanks @kansabirdguy! https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/372187331
  2. Hard to choose. I want everything! Nemeses: Nelson's Sparrow, Hudsonian Godwit, Iceland Gull Likely Lifers: Forster's Tern, Gray-cheeked Thrush, Loggerhead Shrike, Worm-eating Warbler, Swainson's Warbler, Northern Bobwhite, Brown-headed Nuthatch, Chuck-will's Widow, Sedge Wren, Orchard Oriole Top 5 Most Wanted (Eastern US) : Connecticut Warbler, Kirtland's Warbler, Cattle Egret, Great Gray Owl, Clay-colored Sparrow. Also, like many people, I need most everything pelagic.
  3. Probably, but that doesn't make this any less cool!
  4. I will add, I have never seen that much of an eyering on the many Bicknell's i've seen up close. Even though it's small for a Swainson's, it looks much to big for a BITH. I don't have any experience with GCTH so I'm using my BITH experience instead here. I think that's ok...?
  5. Umm, I think that is a Swainson’s. I see an eye ring and a hint of spectacle.
  6. Yes. Clapper Rail was split in 3, including Mangrove Rail (South America)
  7. It’s a prog rock band. They’re famous for playing in prime number time signatures and making it work. Trying to nod your head to it is almost impossible
  8. It looks like it was calling, or maybe even singing. Their call is a “pip pip pip” and there song mnemonically says “quick-THREEEE BEeers”
  9. Don’t worry! Learning warblers is like listening to Tool. The first few times you hear a song you have no clue what’s going on but eventually you get the groove. Keep at it!
  10. That was my thinking as well until I saw the lack of wingbars. It does appear to have a short tail.
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