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  1. Illinois / September Some birds by the Illinois River. Photos 4 and 5 are the same bird.
  2. Illinois / September 5 different birds I got photos of. I'm guessing Eastern-wood Pewee for most of them since they are relatively common here, but I'm not sure.
  3. Illinois / September The first two I have no clue, I don't think I've ever seen the first one before. The third one I'm going to guess a juvenile type of woodpecker, and fourth downy woodpecker?
  4. Illinois / September Sadly I didn't get a very good photo, but does anyone know what kind of bird this is?
  5. Illinois / September I'm not sure what kind of bird this is. Maybe a kind of warbler?
  6. Illinois Does anyone know what kind of flycatcher this is? I find them really difficult to identify.
  7. Ah ok. These were taken in Peoria, IL so I'm not sure if that's far north enough or not for Black-capped.
  8. Illinois (All photos are the same bird) Hello, I was wondering which kind of chickadee this was because I'm having trouble telling the difference between black-capped and carolina.
  9. Illinois in August Here are a couple birds that I'm not sure about. The one that looks like a dove may just be kind of orange because of the sunset dark lighting. Sorry that they aren't very good pictures.
  10. Illinois, photos taken in August right before sunset. For the first photo, does anyone know what the brown bird is mixed with the starlings? For the second photo I was thinking maybe male house finch? I'm not sure though.
  11. Hello! I got some photos of a hawk in a park and I can't tell which one it is since they look so similar. I live in Illinois so I'm assuming its either one or the other. (All photos are the same bird) Behavior: Went after 2 rabbits and a small bird. Couldn't catch any of them. The first rabbit it came from behind a tall bush and swooped in a circular motion. When it missed, it pursued it through the bush by hopping on the ground. It flew pretty close to the ground until going up in a tree where it went for the small bird then went back to the tree when it missed and stayed there a long time and eventually flew away.
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