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The Bird Nuts

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  1. Welcome to Whatbird! That is actually a Gray Tree Frog.
  2. Ash-throateds (and other Myiarchus flycatchers) have larger, darker beaks, larger, crested heads, and yellow on the belly. This looks like a Willow Flycatcher to me.
  3. I agree with molting male Northern Cardinal.
  4. Any more photos? It does look like a wren, but I can hardly make out any details.
  5. The male looks just fine for a wild Mallard that is molting into eclipse plumage. The female looks more like an Am. Black Duck, but I don't know how to rule out a hybrid.
  6. Charlie posted the nutcracker photo as an example so the OP (TheBirdSpot) could compare. Also, this thread is a year old.
  7. Pretty sure this is a juvenile Dark-eyed Junco. Definitely not a Song Sparrow.
  8. 1. Yes, Mute Swans 2. Red-bellied Woodpecker 3. Blue Jay is correct 4. House Sparrow
  9. Carolina Wrens even mimic other bird songs -- we had one copy a House Wren.
  10. We've only been there once, but we had the most success along the first half of the trail. The birds will come to you if they want food, so just have it ready. We were greeted by a hungry RB Nuthatch right at the trailhead and it followed us down the trail. I'm sure they'd come anywhere on the trail (the trail is really short), but I'd stay away from the busier paved road when hand-feeding. We visited in April, so we didn't have to deal with the bugs.
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