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  1. Just this. I was on a hill trying to take shots through a lot of branches and this was the last before they were obscured.
  2. The first two pictures were taken in November of 2019 and the last in March of this year. I'm hoping some of the ID points I've been shown in this forum have paid off. But I am a slow learner. I'd appreciate confirmation/correction on my ID's. RSHA RTHA RSHA
  3. These shots were taken in Laurel, MD this morning from too far away. My guess for the first would be a Pied-billed Grebe. I'm not sure if the second could be a Ruddy or maybe even a RIng-necked. I don't know about the last three. I'd appreciate help with an ID. Thanks.
  4. Next time I will do more research than just trying to match up pictures from a Google search. Thanks again for the help.
  5. I leaned toward the BH because I thought the bill was too light for a Laughing. Thanks for the info.
  6. These two pictures are from May 2019 in Cambridge, MD. Is this a Boat-tailed Grackle? I keep wavering on whether it is a Common or BT. I suspect the Gull is a Black-headed but the Laughing Gull seems pretty close as well. Thanks in advance for your help.
  7. I am looking thru pics from July/September of 2019 and would appreciate ID help with the three hawks below. They were all taken on different days in July or September in Laurel MD.
  8. I took this photo at Patuxent Research Refuge in MD this morning. I'm assuming it is a type of duck but I would appreciate a true ID. Thanks in advance.
  9. I found these photos in a file from 2018 at Patuxent Research Refuge in MD. Can you help me ID these birds? I'm not sure if it (3) different birds or just (2). Thanks in advance for the help.
  10. Wow...I was so convinced it was either a Swamp or Song I neve even considered Lincoln's. Thx - that's a lifer for me.
  11. This photo was taken three weeks ago in Laurel, MD. Apologies for the poor quality. I think it is a Swamp but also looks a bit like a Song. I'd appreciate your help with an ID.
  12. I don't know what either one of these birds are but great pictures.
  13. If I had considered Grey-cheeked I would have dismissed it because to me this bird looks like it has a rather obvious eye ring. From what I've read (now that it has been identified) an eye ring would not be prominent. I am obviously a long way away from differentiating all these details effectively. I am glad you and others are here to fill in the gaps.
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