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  1. That's what i thought! Thank you Kevin!
  2. Hello everyone! I need a help with identifying this "beast". Pics were taken at Losen Slote Creek Park, Little Ferry New Jersey 05-18-2017. Thank you all!
  3. Ok, verdict is in. It's a Herring Gull. Weird, it didn't look like any of the gull, but you guys know muuuuuuchhhh more that me! THANK YOU ALL!!!
  4. Yeah, i am pretty sure that will be the case!
  5. One more pic, bad, but... Happened too fast and unexpected and walking over the RFK bridge i didn't hear any calls because of the traffic noise. I did see bottom of their body and it was yellowish with brown strikes, i think.
  6. Hello everyone! Today's birdie is a though one. Pic were taken today, 10-12-2022, in Queens New York over the RFK bridge. The only thing i can tell you for sure, that was NOT any of the gulls! Thank you everyone!
  7. Hello everyone, once again, its PITA. once again! I need help from you guys to identify this birdie. Pics were taken today, 10-08-2022 at Green-Wood Cemetery Brooklyn New York. Thank you all!
  8. Thanks for Common Yellowthroat, i kind of knew it, but was hoping for Chat. Warbler, i dont think is Blue Throat, doesn't have white patch
  9. Hello everyone! Today's "menu" is this. First two pics were taken on 08-27-2022 at Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn New York. Question is, is that a Common Yellowthroat or Yellow Breasted Chat (it's been around at the cemetery). That white arcs are very, very confusing. And the third pic is also from Green-Wood Cemetery, it was taken on 09-08-2022. Thank you all!
  10. Hello everyone, once again, its me, PITA! Today birdie could be, i mean it, difficult one. Pic (only one) was taken today at the Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn New York. Thank you all!
  11. Alright, alright... I was kind of hoping for something else. Thank you guys!!!!
  12. Hello everyone once again, it's me... PITA (Pain In The ...). Today birdie could be tricky, very tricky. At least it is for me. Looks like an easy answer, Northern Parula, but... Pic, only one, it was taken today 09-28-2022 at the Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn New York. Thank you all!
  13. Hello everyone! Hopefully somebody will help me to identify this birdie. Picture (only one) was taken at the Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn New York on 09-23-2022. Thank you all!
  14. My man Charlito, you made my day! ??
  15. Ughhhh... You guys, why couldn't you lie and say it is Wilson's! Ha, ha, ha, ha... Thank you all!
  16. Hello everyone! Today's "birdie" could be "tough call". Pic (only one, but decent one) was taken at the Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn New York, today 09-19-2022. Easy answer would be Yellow Warbler, but... Is there a possibility to be immature Wilson Warbler. White circles around eyes and seems to be shaded white forehead... Please, let me know people! Thanks!
  17. Sorry for not mention it where is GWC, it is in Brooklyn, NYC. Thank you guys!
  18. Hello everyone, once again. I need help to identify this flycatcher. Pictures were taken at Green-Wood Cemetery on 09-16-2022, Thankk you all!
  19. Hello there and thank you for your kind words. Yes, so true that i got helpful messages and i do appreciate everyone helping me to identify Mourning Warbler as originally Connecticut Warbler. I have to say that i didn't meant take seriously counting number of responses, it was just a "practical joke". After all if i did take a seriously, that bird will still be Connecticut Warbler. I find this forum just simply awesome. I did put few birds for "review" and every time someone will respond it to me with their opinion, what i find absolutely awesome. And i thank all of them for their thoughts, opinions and knowledge. Now, since i am relatively new to birding i have to say few words about Merlin. If there was no Merlin app, i would be hanging around this forum and most likely a lots of people will role their eyes on me on daily basis. Yes, Merlin is often wrong, but Merlin is very helpful to beginners like me. And i will take 80-20 being right (that's my own adds on Merlin accuracy) any time of the day. Once again, thank you all for being awesome and very helpful. Sincerely, Zach
  20. I did first reported as a Nashville Warbler ("thanks" to Merlin), then experienced birder told me that is a Connecticut Warbler. Quote from the email: " I also noticed your report of Nashville Warbler in this checklist. This bird looks like it may be Connecticut Warbler. Do you have more images? Also, this is a tough species to find and a rare migrant in our area. Where did you see this? It’s worth following up on." When i changed to Connecticut Warbler, i got this email. Quote: "I wanted to reach out because these photos show a Mourning Warbler. Mourning and Connecticut can be very similar, but this bird has a bright yellow throat and short wings, both of which point towards Mourning Warbler." So, Hasan and DLecy are the winners! Btw, "THE BIRD" was captured on my photos in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn New York
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