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  1. I agree that it’s not a Sora, not entirely sure what it is though.
  2. Agreed. Cadence and tone matches better than an odd Redstart.
  3. Lifer King Rail! https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/621047136
  4. Comparing images, it seems way too dark and brownish for an Indigo, and the bill seems too chunky for a Lazuli. Varied would be my guess, but wait for those with more experience with these species.
  5. Pewees/Olive-sided from empids I believe. If it there is a difference in them between Eastern and Western I am unaware
  6. Agreed, I’ve not heard too too many Cape Mays, but they have all been much higher pitched
  7. If its the "wee wee wee" I'm fairly certain that's American Redstart
  8. SNAIL KITE - Wayne County, Tennessee https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/620693256 Bird was found on the 19th, identified and reported the 20th, and refound this morning. The bird was not doing well, so it was captured and taken to a rehab facility, from where it will eventually be taken back to Florida and released. MUCH better photos from this checklist: https://ebird.org/checklist/S182920402
  9. Unless I’m missing something, I think it’s a Sandwich Tern with that all black bill.
  10. You got it! From AllAboutBirds: “Gray Kingbirds roost in large assemblages in the evening. Birds travel many miles to join the roost, usually arriving just before dusk. At dawn, they depart in different directions. Some birds, such as parrots, roost together regularly, in part to share information about the location of fruiting trees. Kingbirds seem to roost together primarily for the safety from predators that their large numbers provide.”
  11. No, though this bird is oddly similar looking
  12. Nope. This bird can be frequently seen in suburban areas within its range.
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