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  1. Bump! We seem to have one vote for Greater Scaup and one vote for Lesser Scaup. Does anyone want to break the tie? ...Jerry
  2. I recently displayed this photo and with the title "Lesser Scaup" based upon the "racing stripe" marking on the duck's bill. Someone suggested that it should be IDed as a Greater Scaup. Since I have limited knowledge in IDing birds, I want to make sure I get it correct. Hopefully someone can nail this down for me. Shot in Cambridge, Maryland, USA on 01-15-2019. Thanks in Advance, ...Jerry
  3. I photographed these terns this morning, 07-19-2019 at Bombay Hook NWR, Smyrna, Delaware, USA. I'm thinking Forster's Terns but want to make sure before I post the shot on Facebook. Thanks in advance, ...Jerry
  4. How 'bout that? A Merlin - that didn't even come to mind. First one I've seen at Bombay Hook after several years of going there. Thanks, ...Jerry
  5. When I first saw this guy, I was sure it was a Peregrine Falcon. However, upon studying the photo I'm wondering whether it might be a Kestrel. It seemed to be more the size of a Peregrine. Bombay Hook NWR, Smyrna, Delaware, 09-11-2018 Thanks in Advance, ...Jerry
  6. This juvenile was in the midst both Black-crowned & Yellow-crowned Night-herons. Some of the juvies are easy to ID. This one not so much. I'm thinking it's a Black-crown, but I'm awaiting the experts opinions. Bombay Hook NWR, Smyrna, Delaware, 08-20-2018 Thanks in advance, ...Jerry
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