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  1. Something about watching birds interacting with the resident cottontails puts a big smile on my face.
  2. Went to the rundown sunflower plant in my town that the pigeons (and a few cats...) have moved into. The pigeons were quite relaxed, cooing away and peeking down at me over all the plant's nooks and crannies.
  3. Bump for any input. Thanks!
  4. Glimpsed this morning in Richland County, North Dakota. Figured it was warbling, but the eyeline goes to the bill, and the belly is quite yellow. Now thinking Philadelphia. Thoughts?
  5. According to eBird... But my vote would go to the Gambel's Quail in my avatar. @chipperatlAwesome Sora pics. I was ecstatic when I got my first pic of a sora this last weekend, and the pic was terrible.😂
  6. Late entry here, but let's see... *Fill up the illustrated checklist for the local park--I bird this place often throughout the year and fill up my county's eBird page since not many birders are active here. 😅 *Feed Baltimore orioles. Only my second spring at my current address. Managed to get a pair of orchard orioles the first day I put oranges out this year, but so far no Baltimores. *Add some nemesis grassland sparrows to my life list via my summer prairies trip: LeConte's, Baird's, Nelson's in addition to Sprague's pipit, Chestnut-collared longspur and cattle egret. *And then I've got some target species for a late summer trip to visit a friend in Alaska
  7. Nice! I went a few years between observations. Very cool (and wonderfully identifiable) shorebirds.
  8. I didn't hear it call, unfortunately. I seem to run into a lot of mute flycatchers 🥲. Could certainly be persuaded to least fc, just felt the eyering was a tad faint!
  9. Yep, eastern phoebe! -edited, misread post and thought you were debating between phoebe/kingbird :)-
  10. Seen at Loess Bluffs NWR (northern Missouri) this morning. Eyering seemed a bit narrow for least fc. I didn't catch any vocalizations. Unless some people are fairly confident I'll throw this into the *shrug, flycatcher* folder!
  11. I've been holding back and birding around town the past few weeks, but yesterday I set off for my Big Day road trip. Had some VERY exciting weather as I came down I-29 which disrupted yesterday's plans, but today I got to see my first tufted titmice, Kentucky warblers and white-eyed vireos! Hoping to nag Carolina wren while I'm down here. 😀
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