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The Bird Nuts

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  1. Yes, they did produce young at least twice and they were both feeding the young.
  2. She was with a male for at least two years. He sang, had an even darker cap, and fed her during breeding season.
  3. I wouldn't call it. We hand-fed a WBNU who had a very dark cap and it turned out to be a female. This is her:
  4. I agree with female Black-throated Blue Warbler.
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  7. Pale crescents near wingtips (that are noticeably more translucent than the surrounding translucent panels), five "wing fingers" (kind of hard to see), larger head and wings and shorter tail than an Accipiter.
  8. I might have just heard this bird while I was outside painting. Could it be a Red Crossbill?
  9. Welcome! That is a Mourning Dove. They are commonly mistaken for owls.
  10. Yep, it's a Red-tailed and yes, it is lifting its foot up.
  11. Long body, long primary projection, gray color, dark flanks, no eyering...looks good for an Eastern Wood-Pewee.
  12. Northern Parula. Note the orange mandible.
  13. I'm not hearing anything goldfinch-like. It reminds me of a young sparrow (White-throated?) learning to sing. They often sing half songs and are a bit squeaky.
  14. I agree with Red-shouldered. A Red-tailed would be bulkier and lack the wide dark tail band at the tip of the tail.
  15. White-breasted Nuthatch and Northern Waterthrush
  16. I'm with @Avery. You can see the shorter wings, and the overall shape and habitat is better for a Traill's.
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