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Evie12

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  1. Thank you for this great information!
  2. Hi Tony! Yes, I have a field guide, it's called 'The Audubon Field Guide to North American Birds.' It's kind of old though (from 1977) but I love it and refer to it often. I'm pretty new to birding but am trying to learn what I can. Yes, I definitely wish to understand how to know the ID's are correct. After I receive an ID on this forum, I do an online search for the bird and read up on Wikipedia, Audobon or Allaboutbirds websites. I also read up in the field guide. The way I've been trying to learn birds is just by being outside, finding them and observing them, taking photos and then reading about them when I get home. This forum and the people on this forum have been immeasurably helpful. :)
  3. Thank you all, I appreciate it!
  4. Hi, I saw this today on Long Island, NY. Can you please ID for me? Thanks once again.
  5. From today on Long Island, NY. Thanks. :)
  6. Hi, Can you please tell me what this bird is? From today on Long Island, NY. Thanks!
  7. Yes, that's it! Thank you HamRHead and IvoryBillHope! I thought the stripes on the head looked thicker and different. I was trying to figure out what it could be and couldn't think of it. Thanks again. :)
  8. Hi, I saw this yesterday on Long Island, NY in the same area where I saw a Worm-eating warbler the day before. Is this also Worm-eating warbler? Thank you!
  9. Evie12

    Bird from today

    Always appreciate your help, thanks again!
  10. I saw this earlier today in Central Park, NYC. Is it possible to ID? Thanks!
  11. Evie12

    What is this bird?

    Or maybe Cedar Waxwing?
  12. Evie12

    What is this bird?

    Just throwing out a suggestion, maybe a Black-throated Blue Warbler? Here is a photo of one I saw today in NY:
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