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The Bird Nuts

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  1. It looks more like a Yellow Warbler to me, but I don't think it's identifiable.
  2. I don't see it in the first photo and the other photos show some white patches, but they don't look large enough to me.
  3. I think it's a Broad-winged (compact shape, four wing fingers, dark subterminal band on tail).
  4. The first two look fine for a Prairie. The last two look like a different individual to me, but I could see it as a Prairie as well.
  5. I'm not sure this is normal molt for a starling. Maybe it has a mite problem around the face.
  6. Just to summarize: 1. Northern Parula 2. Magnolia Warbler 3-4. Tennessee Warbler
  7. Solitary Sandpiper, actually. Upland Sandpipers prefer grassland habitat.
  8. Red-tailed Hawk. The band of streaks across the belly and the dark patagial bars are good ID marks.
  9. I think Broad-winged as well. It doesn't have any barring on the secondaries.
  10. Hmm...I didn't realize that some Olive-sideds have dark throats. We've been seeing Olive-sideds regularly here (our photos below) and they have white throats and undertail coverts. I didn't think tdteal's bird had a large enough head and beak.
  11. I'd call it a Western Wood-Pewee. It's too dark for a Willow, I think.
  12. Looks fine for a young Pine Warbler. I think the dark area on the cheek is displaced feathers.
  13. Long primary projection, dark vest, peaked head - Looks like a Western Wood-Pewee.
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