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Quiscalus quiscula

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  1. I heard them talking about the Blue Jays and I thought, I've seen that, because I've seen large flocks of silent jays heading southeast for about a week now. Thanks for sharing!!
  2. For my education, how was Orange-crowned ruled out?
  3. BRDL 246 πŸͺΆπŸ₯šπŸͺΆπŸ¦ πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸͺΆ 🐦🐦🐦🐦
  4. Are you kidding me, I've been going out birding in the 40s in the morning lately.
  5. We've only got three reasonable options for two- Orange-crowned, Nashville, and Wilson's. Wouldn't call anything from this photo though.
  6. What I've been anticipating for the past month! https://finchnetwork.org/winter-finch-forecast-2022-2023?mc_cid=39e84146ba&mc_eid=051f43fbf9
  7. There is no such thing as an Icterine Wagtail. Icterine Warbler is correct.
  8. Never heard of Naumann's Thrush before! Crazy that the last record was in 1982.
  9. Doesn't have a strong facial pattern. You'd also be able to see at least part of the striped crown. Also, the alula is greenish edged, which it pretty much never is on Golden-crowned, although some Ruby-crowned lack obvious green edges there.
  10. There are very few sparrows that have a black spotted pattern on their chest like that. It also has a relatively plain pale brown head. These birds are pretty distinctive.
  11. Yeah, definitely not dying on this hill. Just gave me GREG vibes but guess it's better to be on the safe side.
  12. 1. Willow/ Alder Flycatcher? 2. Least Flycatcher 3. Eastern Phoebe. Wait for more replies.
  13. 1-5. Bay-breasted Warbler. 6. Yellow-rumped Warbler.
  14. I'm not sure what you mean. I already put 3 as a Ruby-crowned Kinglet.
  15. But that subspecies is very uncommon in that area of Florida, and is only regularly seen further south.
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