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Quiscalus quiscula

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  1. It's hard to tell, it is giving me more Blackpoll vibes overall though. I'm a little cautious with this field mark though, as I think most warbler species have pale underside of feet that is sometimes visible.
  2. Thanks! I appreciate the offer. I did notice that these photos are of a Red-winged Blackbird- perhaps you added them under the wrong species? https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/435485081 https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/435485091
  3. Unfortunately not. I found it online, usage rights were "free to share and use". The reason for the change was that I did want to change it to a grackle photo I finally got, but that photo was not high resolution to begin with, and because of whatbird's low file size requirements I had to compress it multiple times. Eventually it looked more like a blob than a bird. Afterwards I couldn't find the photo I had originally used to change it back, so I found another one. Hopefully I'll have better luck with photographing grackles in the future.
  4. That makes more sense, definitely trust them more than me 馃槄 (I have very little experience with South American birds)
  5. Upon closer inspection, that's a Ring-necked Duck on the right.
  6. Agreed, it's giving me kestrel vibes but it's hard to be sure.
  7. https://finchnetwork.org/winter-finch-forecast-2023-2024?mc_cid=e9ddf5df38&mc_eid=051f43fbf9 The Winter Finch Forecast is out! Fingers crossed I'll actually see some finches this winter.
  8. Went out at sunrise to check for migrants. Ended up with more species than expected and several first of season and year, as well as plenty of mosquito bites. https://ebird.org/checklist/S150633216
  9. Today, Schenectady County, NY. vs. Sharpie? Apologies for the photo quality
  10. birdie 馃 #492: 馃煡馃煡馃煩猬涒瑳猬 https://birdiegame.net/ <Size is deceiving in this one!>
  11. I saw that both of them looked the same while side by side, and this thread shows what they look like as juveniles: https://www.birdforum.net/gallery/common-tody-flycatcher-juvenile.701473/
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