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  1. No wonder I couldn't find them! Thank you.
  2. Seen in Westport, CT, Oct 23, late afternoon, waddling near banks of salt pond - three individuals (2 pictured). I'm new to ducks and having trouble with ID. Any ideas?
  3. Seen on wire, overlooking wetlands, late afternoon in Stratford, CT on September 21. Wondering if this might be a broad-winged hawk. Any thoughts? Many thanks!
  4. Westport, Ct, October 1, warblers in pine and deciduous forest. Was guessing Pine and Palm but not certain. 1st photo is one individual; 2 and 3 are the same individual. Thanks for the help - new to this.
  5. All images are of the same individual bird, in Westport, CT, October 1, deciduous and pine forest with meadow and wetlands nearby. In low canopy. Common Yellowthroat? Thanks for any help!
  6. Seen in Westport, CT, October 1, about 9:30am. 2 shots of the same bird in pines. (Also deciduous trees in woods.) Saw pine warblers in same tree. Looking at the eye stripe and thinking it's a vireo. If so what kind? Thanks for any help.
  7. Thanks very much - totally appreciate the help.
  8. Male American Wigeon swimming on pond in Norwalk, CT, Oct 19, late afternoon. I'm trying to ID the other ducks in the photo. I think 2 (in water) are female American Wigeons. Not sure about the duck standing on a mudflat. Any thoughts? In this pond, on this day and the day after, have also seen a Wood Duck (one individual, eclipse); Mallards, Gadwalls, and a male Eurasian Wigeon. Many thanks!
  9. Seen in Norwalk, CT, Oct 20, 3:47pm on small pond with lots of surface vegetation. Among Canada Geese, American Wigeons, and Mallards. I think this is a pair of Gadwalls, but I'm new to birding; hoping for confirmation or a corrected ID. Thanks!
  10. Seen in woods surrounding fresh-water pond in Norwalk, CT. Flew in low, paused on branch , and flew into canopy. Mostly red-tailed hawks in this area, but double checking in case this might be a red-shouldered hawk. Would appreciate any help!
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