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stitch58

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  1. Seen 5/1 in south N. Jersey. Looks like it swallowed a grapefruit but Long-billed would be unusual in the spring.
  2. Branches in the way seem to be a common theme
  3. Male Northern Cardinal by Greg Miller, on Flickr Displaying Gray Catbird (Dumetella carolinensis) by Greg Miller, on Flickr Tufted Titmouse by Greg Miller, on Flickr
  4. Seen today in northern New Jersey in large mixed Scoter raft. It was the only one that looked like this. Thinking first winter male Black Scoter??
  5. Northern Watersnake by Greg Miller, on Flickr Thirsty Possum by Greg Miller, on Flickr Little Brown Bat by Greg Miller, on Flickr Green Frog by Greg Miller, on Flickr
  6. Black Rat Snake by Greg Miller, on Flickr Eastern Chipmunk by Greg Miller, on Flickr Lifer Bobcat by Greg Miller, on Flickr
  7. Blue Jay by Greg Miller, on Flickr European Starling by Greg Miller, on Flickr Black-capped Chickadee by Greg Miller, on Flickr Mourning Dove by Greg Miller, on Flickr
  8. Thanks, really like yours too. I forget sometimes, what's common for some is a rarity for others.
  9. Don't remember the exact title but we had a similar thread on the old forum. Got pictures of common birds that you're proud of then post them here. White-breasted Nuthatch (Sitta carolinensis) by Greg Miller, on Flickr American Robin, Celery Farm, Oct. 2012 by Greg Miller, on Flickr Northern Mockingbird by Greg Miller, on Flickr
  10. Thinking MacGillivray's Warbler. Never seen one personally though so wait for other opinions.
  11. Monarch Caterpillar by Greg Miller, on Flickr Variegated Fritillary by Greg Miller, on Flickr Variegated Fritillary by Greg Miller, on Flickr Calico Pennant by Greg Miller, on Flickr
  12. Sorry, didn't know if you had binoculars or not, that's why I asked. For what it's worth, I know many birders that have binoculars but no camera.
  13. 295: Hooded Merganser Hooded Merganser Drakes by Greg Miller, on Flickr 296: Redhead Redheads by Greg Miller, on Flickr 297: Blue-winged Teal Blue-winged Teal by Greg Miller, on Flickr 298: Northern Pintail Northern Pintail Drake by Greg Miller, on Flickr 299: Canvasback FOS Canvasback Drake by Greg Miller, on Flickr 300: American Wigeon American Wigeon by Greg Miller, on Flickr
  14. Will you be carrying binoculars? I've never used one myself but there are many digiscoping adapters made for binoculars & I imagine you would at least be able to get usable ID shots. Here's what I found with a Google search, https://www.google.de/searchq=digiscoping+adapters+for+binoculars&source=univ&tbm=shop&tbo=u&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiHrdi50uHdAhXpmOAKHYAvAr4QsxgIKg&biw=1517&bih=737
  15. Sunset At Brig by Greg Miller, on Flickr 2574828620_5d836a1c3b_b by Greg Miller, on Flickr 4314494709_09b5e6e2b7_b by Greg Miller, on Flickr
  16. Bottle-nosed Dolphins by Greg Miller, on Flickr Black Bear by Greg Miller, on Flickr Buisness End - Snapping Turtle by Greg Miller, on Flickr
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