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  1. Ok, I like purple too. I'll post a picture when I see a Purple flycatcher.😁
  2. Ok, next time, let me know which color you want to see, and I'll push a few sliders in Lightroom 😁
  3. As I said above, the drab appearance has also to do with the poor quality of these pictures. Processed differently, the 3rd picture looks like this: And a few minutes before this picture, I took another one (different bird, I think): Thanks for your comment!
  4. The drab look has a lot to do, I think, with the poor picture and that I had to push the exposure in processing it. Thanks for your help.
  5. Thanks. Ash-throated has never been reported in Belize on eBird, so I doubt this is this bird. I can keep it as Myiarchus sp., no problem. Out of curiosity, why are you excluding Dusky-capped?
  6. Hi all, Due to the cold weather outside, I'm revisiting old pictures of past birding trips to find birds I have ignored. Here are 3 pictures of a Myiarchus flycatcher, I took in West Belize (near Mountain Pine Ridge), on December 29, 2015. These are the only 3 pictures I have of this bird. According to my 'Birds of Belize' book, I have 4 options: Dusky-capped (the most common), Great-crested, Yucatan (both less common) and Brown-crested (definitively the least common). I can't decide which is it. Any help will be welcomed. Thanks
  7. I'm not an expert, but prominent white eyering plus small white spots over a dark back, that's a Solitary sandpiper.
  8. The tail of the 1st bird looks more like a Red-tailed to me, with fine and low contrast barring. Of course I could be wrong. I agree with the other 2.
  9. Yes, good point (I have mentioned that in my comment under the picture). Also, in picture #1 there is a Short-billed (I think) Dowitcher too.
  10. Thanks Seanbirds and Birding Boy. Yes, #1 makes sense. I don't know why I was able to ID 3 & 4 correctly and not 1 🙄 For #2: I'm sure you're right there too. Grayish, slightly drooping bill, it fits Western better than Semipalm.
  11. Hi, A few birds to help ID or confirm, all pictures taken last week in St Pete, FL area: #1 - Gandy beach (https://ebird.org/hotspot/L951893) - Sept 27 / 5 PM As you can see, it's a rather large bird, similar size as the dowitcher in the background, and larger than Sanderlings that were on the same beach. #2 - Different bird, again Gandy beach (https://ebird.org/hotspot/L951893) - Sept 27 / 5 PM Is this a Semipalmated sandpiper? (in front of a Semipalmated plover...) #3 - Fort De Soto Park (https://ebird.org/hotspot/L127332) - Sept 28 / 10 AM I'm pretty sure they are the same species (may be the same bird), and I think they are Red knots. Could anyone confirm? Thanks for your help.
  12. I think the first one is a young Northern cardinal.
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