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Caley Thomas 2.0

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  1. If anything, I would suggest getting some dried mealworms for them if you can find them, since it would be the closest I could imagine to their normal eating habits...welcome to whatbird!
  2. On the evening of Dec. 9th I've got a spot to try for the Mottled Owl & Bare-throated Tiger Heron..fingers crossed they stick around till then!
  3. Sorry didn't realize we didn't have that one yet. I wish the photos were better, but, I'll add it when I get home today.
  4. Certainly agree - you're truly a gentleman and a scholar and it was a pleasure to meet you!
  5. Liam, I'm glad you posted this first - it's definitely better than what I got out there, photo-wise - nicely done!
  6. @DLecy@Aidan B Any thoughts here? I'd hate to be the sole poo-pooer on Greater....
  7. Leaning lesser on male (head shape somewhat compromised due to apparent active foraging though still appears to be crowning too far back on the head for Greater) and a slash for me on the female. Please take with a grain of salt here. Maybe both as a slash in fact…
  8. I agree that most of the birds pictures at least are Swainson's Thrushes.
  9. Blackburnian is the go-to here I believe. Apparently the Boat-tailed Grackle can look very similar to a Rusty Blackbird (limited experience with both species here), and I keep coming back to the heavy-looking bill in the OP photo (kudos IKLand), which really leans more grackle than blackbird upon closer examination. Sorry for the confusion on my part!
  10. Same here (leaning Bullock's). Note how the bird pictured here has more of a brownish coloration to the back as opposed to the more grayish coloration on the OP's photos too...(Sibley's pointed out this different in the Baltimore-Bullock's comparison on the app)
  11. Yep I would ultimately defer to Aidan B on this one - this ID is just a bit too far above my pay grade at this time, but looking at Sibley's, I''m starting to lean Bullock's myself.
  12. Maybe immature Baltimore Oriole in that case? I'm not great with Orioles of this nature either unfortunately...Definitely seems late, but Baltimore is perhaps more likely for that location at earlier times of the fall..please take with a grain of salt here...
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