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  1. The Bird Nuts

    Bufflehead? or ???

    Yes, looks good for a young Harlequin.
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    purple or house

    I agree with House Finch (curved upper ridge of beak, white/light brown wingbars, extensive brown streaking on flanks and belly, brownish cheek)
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    Key West Question

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    Red-tailed Hawk?

    Agree with Red-tailed Hawk.
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    Lanceolated Warbler?

    This is a Hermit Thrush. Lanceolated Warblers, which are streakier and not as plump, are Old World Warblers and are very rarely found in North America.
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    Red Billed Raven in VT?

    It is a Common Raven. Looks to me like it is just carrying something in its beak which Corvids often do.
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    Swamp Sparrow ?

    Agreed. Buffy malar is typical.
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    song or swamp sparrow?

    Agree with Song Sparrow. Swamps are a more orangey-brown and they have fewer, thinner streaks on the breast or they lack the streaks altogether.
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    Central Ohio Bird

    Two House Finches and a Pine Siskin.
  10. 1-2. Northern Harrier (white uppertail coverts, facial disk) 3-4. Red-tailed Hawk (belly band, dark patagial bars)
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    female Mallard?

    That is an American Black Duck.
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    A Bird I have never seen before

    Thanks for the location. Its shape and posture looks like a bird of prey to me. How was its head shape unusual? What was its face pattern and beak shape/length?
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    Sharpie or Coopers?

    Cooper's Hawk (lighter nape than cap, blocky head, small eye close to beak).
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    A Bird I have never seen before

    Welcome to Whatbird! Location and date would be helpful to narrow down the species.