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The Bird Nuts

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  1. It is a domestic goose (farm goose). Note the large white rear end. Looks to be a Graylag/Swan Goose hybrid.
  2. I think it sounds okay for a Northern Cardinal. The "weird" songs usually come from the females.
  3. I'm far from a sandpiper expert, but I don't think the beak is too long and the legs appear to be yellow, so I think Least.
  4. Not the greatest of photos, but I thought this Gray Catbird posed nicely for me.
  5. Juveniles have that distinct facial pattern? I thought it was a little older than that.
  6. Much too yellow for a Warbling Vireo. Looks like a male Common Yellowthroat with that dark mask and pink legs.
  7. That one actually sounds more like a Pine Warbler to me.
  8. Cool! We don't get those here in Vermont. No wonder I didn't recognize it!
  9. 1. Not sure I can rule out Black-and-white 2. Sounds better for a Dark-eyed Junco 3. Sounds good for a Black-throated Blue 4. I think this is also a Dark-eyed Junco
  10. Thanks, HamRHead! Yes, very cute and curious little one.
  11. I think... 1. Black-throated Blue Warbler 2. Chestnut-sided Warbler 3. Red-eyed Vireo
  12. Juvenile Common Yellowthroat by The Bird Nuts, on Flickr
  13. This is a juvenile Red-winged, that's why it's quite yellow.
  14. Indigo Bunting is correct. Not sure about the loud call. What kind of squirrel?
  15. Proportions are wrong for a swan. How about domestic Mallard?
  16. Cooper's Hawk is correct for the reasons you mentioned plus the relatively small eye that is closer to the front of the head, the blocky head, and light gray nape.
  17. I don't think that's the sound Katelyn is asking about, but isn't it a Blue Jay?
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