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  1. From today in my local cemetery in Chicago. There were 2 of these birds foraging together so I am not sure the photos are of the same individual. Bird 2: Any suggestions on this audio? birdnet_mobile_2340026484_recording_5794.wav Thanks.
  2. I can believe that. There were plenty around and they were always making noise.
  3. Any thoughts on this. It an area with tall trees and thick brush near Lake Superior on 8/9/22. birdnet_mobile_2340026484_recording_5699 unknown warbler.wav Thanks.
  4. From 8/12/22 1) 2 photos. On the beach of Lake Superior. Semipalmated? The legs look dark to me. 2) Stilt Sandpiper? In a marshy are a bit inland. Thanks.
  5. From 8-10-22 in Au Train, Michigan. Near Lake Superior. 1) Good for Raven? 2) Yellow-rumped Warbler????? Thanks.
  6. OMG. I almost deleted the crossbill photo because I suspected it was a starling. LIFE BIRD!!!!
  7. 2 birds from Colorado. Bird 1: Seen 7/12/22 at Devil's Backbone Natural Area in the foothills west of Fort Collins, CO. Female Blue Grossbeak? 5 photos. Bird 2: Single photo. Taken 7/11/22 in Rocky Mountain National Park. Thanks.
  8. Any other opinions on the sandpiper? Here is a slightly different angle.
  9. Yep. I have forgotten about this juvenile in the past. Thanks.
  10. From this morning at Montrose. Bird 1: Sanderling? Bird 2: I am sure I have seen this before but I am drawing a blank. Thanks.
  11. These are from the Well Gulch Nature Trail in Lory State Park west of Fort Collins. It is a shaded, rocky stream in the foothills. Bird 1: Juvenile warbling vireo? Bird 2: 2 photos. Juvenile Lazuli Bunting? Thanks!
  12. All at the Fossil Creek Natural Area in Fort Collins. Big pond with trees around the edge and then knee high prairie grass around that. Bird 1: There were plenty of Common Grackles about but I thought this looked different. Bird 2: Sage Thrasher? Original photo and a crop. Bird 3: A flock or 18 of these birds flitted about the grassland area. Down in the grass for a few minutes then hopping to a new spot. If it was Chicago I would call them starlings. Ignore the WEKI in the first photo. Thanks.
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