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The Bird Nuts

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  1. That is the sun shining on the tip of the tail. The rest of the tail is in the shadow of the roof eave.
  2. All it does is help me find when and where I took a certain photo of a certain species so that I can find it in my many bird photo folders. You don't have to take or upload any photos if you don't want to, it's just very helpful to have media on eBird, and I'm glad you do upload photos of rare/uncommon birds. For me, photographing birds is enjoyable and I try to upload at least one photo to eBird for each birding trip. When we started birding, our cameras were all we used and we didn't have binoculars for years, so I guess that helped us get good at using cameras. But I understand not wanting to go through the trouble of taking photos and instead using that time to enjoy the birds and outdoors.
  3. In Search Photos and Sounds there is a My Media button to the right of the search bar (if you are signed in) which shows all of your eBird photos and recordings. You can search your media by species, location, date, etc. using the buttons below the search bar. eBird encourages people to upload photos and recordings no matter how good or bad they are (okay, if it's not even identifiable, then probably not) or how common or uncommon the bird in the photo is. And no one's going to know if you identified a bird incorrectly if you didn't upload a photo or recording. We eBird Power Users are looking out for those misidentified birds. ?
  4. Yep, when you bird every day for nearly 900 days straight (BN #2 has) you accumulate a lot of bird photos...................... I have used the My Media feature on eBird to find out where my photos are on my computer as well.
  5. I do something similar to what Spyonabird does. I have over 8,000 photos and videos of birds and I have a hard time finding photos or videos of certain species when I need them. They are organized by month, year, and general area (home and not home ), but basically the only thing that helps me find where a certain photo is is my memory... ? That's why I'm following this thread.
  6. Thanks for that photo! I can see the buffy wash on the breast and the thin streaking pretty well, so I'd go with Lincoln's.
  7. If it's singing in that second photo, I would think it's an adult, but I don't know how else to tell with photos of this quality. I'm leaning Lincoln's now, too, because of the ID marks you mentioned.
  8. Have any more photos? I'm having second thoughts...
  9. @TooFly Savannah Sparrows have moustacial and malar stripes, smaller bills, streaking on the flanks, and are a warmer tan color.
  10. Welcome to Whatbird! Location and date are always helpful for narrowing down the possibilities. If this was seen in the U.S., that pretty much rules out Grey Heron, but this looks like a Great Blue Heron because of the brown tones on the neck.
  11. Juvenile Red-bellied Woodpecker's head and body are not white. Take a look at other photos of them and you'll see that they're gray. https://www.google.com/search?q=juvenile+Red-bellied+Woodpecker&client=firefox-b-1&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjE4Mewn5XcAhUHmuAKHQdsDEUQ_AUICigB&biw=1600&bih=770&dpr=1.2#imgrc=id41QXvYf9W5kM:
  12. Did it have black and white barring on its back? Try juvenile Red-bellied Woodpecker (here's a photo: http://thedrummonds.com/Tree-climbing_Birds/PHOTOS/Red-bellied_WP_I_5865.JPG)
  13. I'm thinking juvenile Field Sparrow because of the plain face, long tail, and very fine streaking.
  14. Thanks. Looks like it's Grants Pass, Oregon. Didn't realize that was the location name... ?
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