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  1. Thank you, all! It was exciting to see!
  2. Hello! This is a Yellow-Bellied Sap-Sucker, correct? Date: 5/4/20 Habitat: Mixed forest, on a Linden tree Location: Northern Illinois
  3. I see....OK, that explains the difficulty in identifying it. Thanks!
  4. Hi everyone, Is this some type of oriole? I cannot find a good match for this bird. Date: Today Habitat: Mixed forest, at a backyard feeder, consuming apple preserves Location: Northern Illinois
  5. Wow, great! This is a new species for me. Thank you!
  6. Hello everybody, is this a Song Sparrow? Date: Today. Habitat: by a mixed forest, in a yard Region: Northern Illinois
  7. Hi all! Black-and-White Warbler? It looks a bit muddy, but I can't find anything else that looks like this. Date: Today Habitat: Mixed forest Location: Northern Illinois
  8. Thank you!!! I was absolutely stunned when I saw the clarity and the color balance for this shot, not only was this the first time I ever saw Cooper's Hawk, but this is a shot will remember for a very long time!
  9. Hello all, I think this is a Cooper’s hawk. This is my first sighting. Location: northern illinois Habitat: suburban area, neat meadows and open spaces, but I am uncertain of the exact local flora. Date: 4-28-20
  10. STUDAR

    Nuthatch 8-Final.JPG

    Thank you so much 🙂 They are fascinating birds, with so much specialized behaviors. They make excellent winter companions. We are blessed to have them here!
  11. Hi all, Tree Swallow? Location: Northern Illinois Habitat: meadows, mixed forest, ponds. Date: 4/17
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