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  1. This duck was near a Harlequin pair on the Barnegat inlet NJ. There were a lot of Black Scoter's off in the ocean in the distance. Is this a female Black Scoter just wandering alone? Picture taken November. https://forums.whatbird.com/index.php?/gallery/image/931-waterfowl-1png/
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  3. I'm pretty confident about this being a Purple Sandpiper, which would be a lifer for me. But I've been wrong about things before and with a lifer, I'd like to be sure. Especially, because it sure seems like purple along the back. My app doesn't really have a picture with Purple in it for this Sandpiper, so I'm not so sure. This was taken November in Barnegat Inlet NJ. https://forums.whatbird.com/index.php?/gallery/category/1-member-albums/
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  5. Thanks for the tip on the streaking and looking online now, I see it matches the Nonbreeding female or immature. There is an APP enhancement I'd like to see. When you see "similar" birds, it could do a better job on matching up with nonbreeding female/immature pictures.
  6. I can't distinguish this bird between a Yellow throated Vireo or a Pine Warbler. Or is it another type of warbler in fall plumage? New Jersey this October. Pictures #1 and #2 taken through glass and he stuck around for me to go outside for #3 and #4. I was happy about that, although I didn't get any shots showing the 2 wing bars but the eye strip is a little more distinguishable. Thank you for your ID.
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  11. This was in front of the house, and it's in North America, that was my reason to post here. I don't goto pet stores to really learn parakeet types, but on the web it looks like there are a few varieties of Budgerigar. Is that what we have? Although Monk Parakeets live year round in parts of hudson county in the state, this guy was in a mixed flock of cowbirds / starlings / 1 or 2 grackles. The house sparrow came later. But will it migrate south with the flock as I'm guessing he wont last the winter in NJ? This was just exciting to me as I'm looking out the win
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  14. Thank you. I'm still trying to learn what differentiates the Least from the larger Flycatchers besides size.
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