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The Bird Nuts

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  1. I think it's a Goldcrest. It looks like it might have been stunned from a window/building collision.
  2. Hermit Thrushes with the contrasting red tails.
  3. Yes, those are all female, immature, or winter plumage male American Goldfinches.
  4. Agreed, Eastern Wood-Pewee with the long primary projection.
  5. I agree with Bay-breasted. And the streaked back rules out Pine.
  6. It probably looks so bright because the sun is hitting it there and not on the other parts of the wings and body.
  7. That is an American Redstart, either a female or an immature male.
  8. Young Bald Eagles have varying amounts of white on their underwings and it is usually concentrated near the body.
  9. 2 is another Yellow-rumped Warbler, 5 is a House Wren, and I'm not 100% sure on 7, but I think Nashville is right. Your other IDs are correct.
  10. 2 and 4 are White-throated Sparrows and the first Song Sparrow could be a molting adult. The rest are correct.
  11. Red-tailed Hawk with the bulky build, short tail, and belly band.
  12. Sounds more like a squirrel/chipmunk to me.
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