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Morgan

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  1. Hi all, 1. Is this phalarope a red phalarope? Phalarope for ID - red? by Morganirich, on Flickr 2. and these red-necked? Red-necked Phalaropes 2 by Morganirich, on Flickr 3. Dark Phase Pomarine Jaeger? Dark Morph Pomarine Jaeger w Great Shearwaters by Morganirich, on Flickr 4. just sharing but we saw two Great Skua! Great Skua 2a by Morganirich, on Flickr thx
  2. HI all, Looking for a few more ids... 1. are these all juvenile Hermit Thrushes? Was hoping for a Swainson's Juvenile Thrush for ID 4 by Morganirich, on Flickr Juvenile Thrush 2 by Morganirich, on Flickr Juvenile Thrush 1 by Morganirich, on Flickr 2. Veery Veery 1 by Morganirich, on Flickr 3. Winter Wren? WInter Wren by Morganirich, on Flickr 4. Probably Yellow-bellied Sapsucker but was hoping to finally find a black-backed woodpecker woodpecker for ID by Morganirich, on Flickr 5. Black Bear! not for id - was just fun to see, thought i'd share... Black Bear 1 by Morganirich, on Flickr 6. can anyone (Psweet?) id this crazy spider with a big abdomen? Big Spider for ID by Morganirich, on Flickr thx!
  3. Hi all, Looking for some warbler/ vireo ids... 1. not sure Warbler for ID_ by Morganirich, on Flickr 2, also not sure Warbler for ID 4 by Morganirich, on Flickr 3. warbler Warbler for ID 3 by Morganirich, on Flickr 4. Blackburnian? Blackburnian Warbler 3 by Morganirich, on Flickr 5. thought was red-eyed vireo but looks more brown / rusty? Vireo for ID by Morganirich, on Flickr 6. this was in a boreal bog - didn't expect a grackle... is this just a Common Grackle? Common Grackle for ID by Morganirich, on Flickr 7. originally thought chestnut-sided but now thinking blue-headed vireo Chestnut-sided Warbler for ID by Morganirich, on Flickr 8. Blue-headed Vireo Blue-headed Vireo by Morganirich, on Flickr thanks!
  4. Let us know where you are - if you're in the northeast it could be a juvenile herring gull
  5. Hi all, I'm guessing juvie hermit thrush and blue-headed vireo? Thrush for ID by Morganirich, on Flickr Vireo for ID by Morganirich, on Flickr thx all
  6. Sorry - meant Wilson’s/leach’s on photo 2
  7. Really hard to tell on photo 2 but that’s my guess
  8. I think you have 1. Great Shearwaters 2. Storm / leach’s Petrel. Hard to say from photo. I think leach’s are more common up there. 3. herring Gull
  9. actually i don't see any reports of Audubon's in Stellwagen Bank - so let's go with Manx. thx all!
  10. It would be the very northern edge of their range though they have been spotted there. Manx are more common there
  11. Hi all, Going through some older photos - think i missed this one. Manx Shearwater? * Manx Shearwater * by Morganirich, on Flickr
  12. Actually it’s a juvenile Ref-tailed Hawk
  13. Hi all, 1. Not sure - Ruddy turnstones? Shorebirds for ID by Morganirich, on Flickr 2. Loon - Common Loon already in winter plumage? Two pics, same bird Loon for ID 2 by Morganirich, on Flickr Loon for ID 1 by Morganirich, on Flickr 3. This gull had me stumped Gull for ID by Morganirich, on Flickr 4. Juvie Laughing Gull in background? Gull for ID 2 by Morganirich, on Flickr thx!
  14. Hi all, 1. Great Crested Flycatcher? Great Crested Flycatcher by Morganirich, on Flickr 2.Ebony Jewelwing Damselfly? Damselfly - Jewelwing by Morganirich, on Flickr 3. Damselfly - Jewelwing type? Damselfly - Jewelwing 2 by Morganirich, on Flickr thx all!
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