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  1. I can't help with the species but I love the shots. They have a cool paint-by-number look to them.
  2. I agree with Least. Semipalmated are more gray with black legs and a less droopy bill. They tend to stand out in a group of Leasts.
  3. I agree with Indigo Bunting. The bill is not quite "gros" enough for a grosbeak.
  4. @akandula, just to follow up--should this notation in the iBird app be reported?
  5. I'm thinking White-eyed Vireo for the first clip. I don't recognize the second.
  6. Maybe a Summer Tanager. Here is a link to the "clicking" sound you may have heard: https://www.xeno-canto.org/471145
  7. I'm not sure what this is. Most likely an expected species with a bill deformity, unless it's a young, very lost Spoon-billed Sandpiper
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