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  1. Want to rule out Bicknell's & Gray-cheeked before I call this a Swainson's Thrush. Not familiar with this area, but I know it's in range for all 3 species. (Grayish tail rules out Hermit).
  2. I think 2nd pic just seemed bigger in relation to the Killdeer.
  3. Thanks all, that follows along with what I was thinking, but wasn't sure. 🙂 This was the pic of the day though:
  4. Taken Sunday near Sodus Point (Lake Ontario east of Rochester). I think the first pic is Yellow-rumped, 2nd pic Blackburnian? Not sure on the others.
  5. Can't figure out which warbler, profile shot & partial under tail shot. The Mergansers I think might be Common & Red-breasted (both female)?
  6. A few pics of a raptor, originally thought small Buteo, but in flight appears to be an Accipiter? (Pic with Am. Crows for size.) Looking to confirm Scarlet Tanager (first of the year - nothing like waiting to the last minute).
  7. Far from expert (or even very good at Fall Warblers) but what about Yellow-rumped?
  8. Fairly sure last pic is a juvenile Red-tailed Hawk, wondering if possible to ID distant raptor in tree & other yellowish bird in flight?
  9. Thanks, something about #3 seemed off for Eastern Wood-Pewee, but there were a lot around that day.
  10. Accidently added under tail shot twice, left off this flycatcher (possible Willow/Alder?)
  11. A couple flycatchers & under tail shot (Vireo?) that may not be identifiable.
  12. Thanks all, the 2nd bird I had initially thought Swamp Sparrow in the field, but then after seeing the pic considered possible Indigo Bunting.
  13. Thanks all, not sure on the 2nd bird's size, I was thinking blackbird size, but could have been smaller (did see several Blackburnian Warblers in the area). I would think the white wing tips would be a good indicator, unless it was due to leucism?
  14. Yes, Florida subspecies (paler than more northern red-shoulders).
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