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Everything posted by HamRHead

  1. Not to change the topic, but I love the second shot! Could you repost it after you get it off of your camera?
  2. I seem to recall that @The Bird Nutsonce posted a great clip. It might have been on the old forum.
  3. Here is a paper on the subject. https://www.westernfieldornithologists.org/docs/abstracts/39-4FP.pdf
  4. I agree with Spotted Sandpiper in breeding plumage. In fall and winter, it will lose the spots on breast and belly, and the bright orangey color of the bill will fade to a dull brownish yellow.
  5. birdie 🐦 #20: 🟥🟩⬛⬛⬛⬛ https://birdiegame.net/
  6. I would have said BCNH, too. Are there any web pages or other resources on hybrids? I couldn't find anything.
  7. Thanks. I appreciate the input. The signature is actually a gray felt tipped pen; I'm not sure if it's waterproof. But I don't like the signature anyway. I think I'm going to paint over it and move it to the other side, and make it smaller. Artists can be so picky LOL.
  8. @The Bird Nuts, do you think I should put any sort of clear finish over it?
  9. Thank you. I used Strathmore Acrylic Paper Linen Finish. I don't remember using it before, but it worked well and stood up to moisture just fine.
  10. Today I made a card for relative--Piping Plover in acrylic.
  11. I believe it's a Common Yellowthroat.
  12. Thanks. There were some around. I wasn't sure about the spotting on the belly. At least going by me in my profile pic, I don't exhibit any such spotting. But maybe that's just me.
  13. Today, Burke County, GA. I added fill light to heavily backlit photos. Any ideas? Thanks!
  14. Bummer. I know that feeling. And both birds looked the same?
  15. From yesterday. White-rumped Sandpiper. Diagnostic orange base on lower mandible.
  16. I LOVE this! Very nice!
  17. Today, Burke County, GA. I have it narrowed down to bird, which probably means it is a Pine Warbler. I'm not completely certain that the last photo is the same bird. Thanks!
  18. Bay-breasted Seconded. Agree with female.
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