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The Bird Nuts

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  1. Congrats on the FOY! It is a good bird. Bird Nut #2 has seen only a handful of Yellow-bellieds...and I've never seen one.
  2. Both look like male Mallards in eclipse plumage.
  3. Hmmm.... American Redstarts? https://ebird.org/media/catalog?taxonCode=amered&mediaType=p&q=American%20Redstart%20-%20Setophaga%20ruticilla
  4. You're welcome! Did you not take a nice photo of a Yellow-bellied at Reading Pond last year?
  5. I agree with Yellow-bellied for the flycatcher as well.
  6. It's a Blue Jay that has molted all of its head feathers.
  7. I don't think it's identifiable, but if I had to guess I'd say Mallard (with some photo distortion). Shape doesn't look right for a Canvasback.
  8. Oh, yes, the light eye arcs and pointy bill do fit Orange-crowned better.
  9. Agree with House Finch. Also note the curved culmen (upper ridge of the beak).
  10. Looks like a Red-winged to me with that pale bar across the shoulder.
  11. To add to Mark5's list: The Eastern Wood-Pewee looks to be a vireo of some sort (I think Warbling, but I'm not sure) and the White-eyed Vireo is another American Redstart.
  12. The repetitive call throughout the video is an American Goldfinch.
  13. It's a photo of a photo. The date and location are probably incorrect.
  14. The dark breast spot is not a reliable ID mark as some Song Sparrows lack the spot and other sparrow species can have it.
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