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  1. That Hermit Thrush let us watch it sing a few feet away from the tree it was perched in (photo in checklist). I've never heard their song so close. It was still singing when we walked away.
  2. Louisiana x Northern Waterthrush Clay-colored x Brewer's Sparrow Little x Snowy Egret
  3. Nah, birdwatching and birding are not the same thing, at least not to me. A birder is more serious about finding, identifying, observing, and documenting birds than a birdwatcher is.
  4. Smudges on undertail coverts and long wings make this an Eastern Wood-Pewee.
  5. Proportions are different, too. Boat-tailed have relatively smaller heads and longer tails.
  6. Some more that are kinda close: https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/303413121 https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/259410961 Macaulay Library was getting slow, so I gave up, haha.
  7. This one's the closest I've found so far: https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/318628461
  8. Yep, sounds like a Blue Jay to me. Like I said, their calls are extremely variable, so I can't quickly find an example recording of that particular call. I'll keep looking, though.
  9. I am unable to listen to or download the recording. Could you upload it directly to the forum? You can use the choose files... link at the bottom of the comment box or drag the file from your computer into the comment box.
  10. Which are sadly very common. It seems a lot of people think "I saw it in my backyard" is useful information. 😒
  11. Lesser Yellowlegs. Too many spots (dark and light) on the back for a Solitary.
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