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HamRHead

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  1. That reminds me of a book I have on punctuation: Eats, Shoots & Leaves
  2. I have no personal experience, but they look like Northern Pintail.
  3. This is a great idea. One item for possible inclusion is this page from the ABA showing mailing lists you can sign up for: http://birding.aba.org/mailinglists.php I am signed up for Georgia, the Carolinas and Virginia. It is a good way to learn about general birding news, as well as rarities that might be in your area.
  4. I know the feeling. I have to relearn ducks every winter.
  5. Yes! The orange base on the lower mandible, visible in second photo, is diagnostic for White-rumped Sandpiper.
  6. Thanks. That was my initial thought...just looking for confirmation.
  7. Today, Allendale County, SC. Any vibes on this one?
  8. It didn't work for me either.
  9. Today, Burke County, GA. It is a bit early for Bufflehead but this looks like it could be a female. Yay or nay?
  10. All are Magnolia Warblers except number two looks better for a Common Yellowthroat.
  11. From yesterday, Burke County GA. In the pond were Shovelers, Blue-winged Teal, and these two. I see green on the left bird and blue on the right bird. Zoomed and cropped as usual. Thanks
  12. 1. Swainson's 2. Yellow-rumped Warbler?
  13. That's some pretty heavy streaking for a Coop.
  14. Yellow-rumped Warbler. Nice shot!
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