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The Bird Nuts

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  1. I know it's not very likely, but all I can think of is leucistic Killdeer like the one shown here: http://antshrike.blogspot.com/2016/01/delta-lake-11216.html
  2. Both birds (besides the one partially obscured by the snake) are Barn Swallows.
  3. Do you remember beak shape and color? Any other markings? What was the lighting like?
  4. One Carolina Wren will sing multiple different songs, so I don't think it's necessarily a local accent.
  5. That three-note song is very typical of Carolina Wrens and not of cardinals. And the quality is different (cardinal whistles are more human-like).
  6. Agree with Great Crested Flycatcher. Empids have smaller bills and they lack the bright yellow belly with the gray breast and throat, and the brown in the wings.
  7. That is actually an Eastern Towhee. Spotted Towhees have more white spots on their wings and back.
  8. Welcome to Whatbird! That is actually a Gray Tree Frog.
  9. 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.
  10. I agree with molting male Northern Cardinal.
  11. Any more photos? It does look like a wren, but I can hardly make out any details.
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