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Gry

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  1. Over the years, I've accumulated a number of bird houses, but I was never sure where to put them all so that squirrels and other predators wouldn't disturb them. I ultimately decided mounting them on poles would be best, but then it was hard to find good poles that didn't cost an arm and a leg. This spring I finally got them all mounted and set up in my yard, and now, we have our first brood of baby house wrens!
  2. I think this is a spotted sandpiper, but I want to confirm. Seen on the bay of Green Bay, WI today.
  3. A common yard bird, I know, but I'm just always so excited to see these 😍
  4. And the prize goes to @xpoetmarcr!
  5. Any other entries? I'll pick a winner soon!
  6. Looking through some photos from this spring, I have a few that still puzzle me. All these were taken during the month of May in Green Bay, WI. I'm thinking these are yellow-rumped warbler female, house finch female with a weirdly yellowish beak, and some kind of flycatcher. Any ideas?
  7. Ruthie is a beagle/dachshund mix. Birdwatching with her can be a mixed bag... Around our own house she can occasionally scare off birds with her barking and howling, but out on a hike in the forest, she's quieter, and conveniently, she keeps the pace nice and slow, so I can snap pictures of birds while she sniffs around and follows her beagle nose!
  8. Yay! Here's a nice awkward one...
  9. "Don't you know who I am? I'm Puff Daddy!" "Whatever, ruff stuff, I'm out of here!"
  10. This bird was really quick, flitting through the brush, so I was very fortunate to have a picture that turned out clearly. Unfortunately, the bird landed behind a branch and is partially obscured. I'm hoping someone might still have an idea of what it is. This was taken a two days ago in Green Bay, WI.
  11. I am at a loss for what this bird is. At first I thought the coloring was due to strange lighting, but brightening didn't help. Is it just a house sparrow with bad lighting or something else? This was taken in Green Bay, WI today.
  12. An olive-sided flycatcher sure isn't a typical backyard bird in Green Bay, WI.
  13. I think you're right. Right after I posted it, I noticed another pic of the same bird that shows the colors more clearly.
  14. Hooray! I finally found a Blackburnian warbler feeling photogenic!
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