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The Bird Nuts

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  1. I'd go with Louisiana based on the unstreaked throat, sparse streaking below, and bright white eyebrow.
  2. 1-2 are Eastern Wood-Pewees. I'm not sure if the last bird is the same.
  3. Too orange for an Orchard - it's a Baltimore Oriole. Don't know if we can tell if it's an adult female or juvenile from these photos, though.
  4. Agree with Common Yellowthroat for 1 and 2. And I think House Marsh Wren for 3.
  5. Yes, a rather pale one. The streaked belly band is still visible, though.
  6. Appears to be a Great Crested Flycatcher.
  7. Black-throated Blue is my impression as well.
  8. All seen today on Plum Island, MA. Common or Forster's? Young Saltmarsh Sparrow? And these are Green-winged Teals, right?
  9. I'd go with Cooper's based on shape and streaking pattern.
  10. All look like Song Sparrows except for #2 which appears to be a juvenile Swamp Sparrow.
  11. The visible yellow gape (at the corner of the beak) also means it's a juvenile.
  12. Agree, Red-shouldered. The black and white pattern on the wings plus the orange barring on the breast and belly are good ID marks.
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