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Everything posted by lonestranger

  1. I'm not THAT old, I just made an old guy mistake. I thought that there was a connection to your "Suzie" name suggestion and the mention of the song stuck in your head. I was drawing a blank on what song you were referring to so I turned to Google for "Suzie" song suggestions. The results I posted just make me look old.....and show that I have better taste in music than you do.
  2. Musky the muskrat??? Muskett the muskrat? Bill? Sam? Samantha? ?
  3. @Hasan, I was quickly clicking through the warblers in the learn section when I saw a photo of an Ovenbird connected to the Orange-crowned Warbler. At least that's what I think I saw, I was clicking fast just to see the selection of subjects and was already looking at the next photo before I realized what I saw and couldn't find a back button to verify it. There is no photo attached to the Ovenbird recording so I suspect there's a mix up or two to be sorted out.
  4. BRDL 271 ???? ???? ???? ???? ???? ????
  5. birdie ? #154: ?????⬛ https://birdiegame.net/
  6. Broad-winged was my initial suspicion but I lacked the confidence to suggest it since they should all be gone by now, shouldn't they? Is the timing the trigger for 'rare', or is the location the reason for the rarity?
  7. Isn't that tail pattern off for a Red-tailed?
  8. This is a Wren, @JayP. I think it's a House Wren but to be honest, I'm not sure how to rule out other possibilities. Wait for more feedback.
  9. birdie ? #153: ????⬛⬛ https://birdiegame.net/
  10. Thanks for the reminder, @chica. I agree that 'how' the bird was identified is just as valuable information as 'what' the bird's ID is. A simple ID might be all the poster is looking for, but there's many others, like myself, that are looking for some education beyond the birds name so pointing out distinguishing features is always appreciated.
  11. Failed. I had the first two letters positioned on my second guess leaving me with 88 possibilities. If I had of gotten the last two letters first it probably would have been a lot easier with only 51 possibilities to chose from. I should have wasted a few guesses to eliminate some letters but that's hindsight for you.
  12. birdie ? #152: ????⬛⬛ https://birdiegame.net/
  13. You may want to plan something for lunch, too. After flying way out of range, @Quiscalus quiscula will need to rest and replenish enough energy for the return flight home.
  14. Murphy's Law dictates that you're likely going to get more than your fill of Spam after saying that.
  15. Interesting capture. I've never seen a cardinal with wingbars like that before. ?
  16. They must be slacking this morning, I only counted 28 spams this time.
  17. BRDL 268 ???? ???? ???? ???? Surely there's more than enough birds to choose from that they don't need to use birds from this category. *shakes head*
  18. birdie ? #151: ?????⬛ https://birdiegame.net/
  19. I am curious how so many people could possibly know this bird from the first and second photos. Obviously there are clues in those first photos to solve today's puzzle, but I can't determine what they are. Was it the shape, pattern, colour, or something else in those first two photos that pointed directly to today's answer? Curious minds want to know what I missed.
  20. BRDL 267 ???? ???? ???? ????
  21. birdie ? #150: ????⬛⬛ https://birdiegame.net/
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