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Everything posted by HamRHead

  1. If it makes you feel any better, I need both Starling and House Sparrow for Richmond County. Haven't seen either there all year.
  2. I'm out of likes, but I'm loving this game. Bwahahaha
  3. Why would we treat this post different than all your other posts?
  4. No worries, and definitely a great shot. These guys don't sit still for long.
  5. I don't know of a fix. When I was younger, my family had several pairs. I always liked them. Focusing was fast. To quote Bertie Wooster, "It was but the work of a moment." Charlie's suggestion is a good one. It can't hurt to check with Bushnell.
  6. This is crazy! I don't even like fish!
  7. No, I remember an identical looking yellow "worm" or whatever it is in its bill
  8. Yes, Ruby-crowned. Was this posted before? It looks familiar as does the worm in its bill.
  9. The iBird app and the Sibley app have the "waits".
  10. I'll guess Bushtit. A well fed one of course.
  11. Hmm...I guess when you see "new member" HamRHead 2.0, it means I've hit the limit.
  12. Even if it's a bit chilly on Long Island and it's feathers are puffed up?
  13. I was thinking Ross's, too. Very white, bill looks small with little or no grin patch, and it's not much larger than the Pintail.
  14. I say #2. Probably because that's what my parents said.
  15. Thanks. I think there are some ducks and some Coots. But beyond that it's going to be tough to nail down what exactly.
  16. Here are several birds from a trip to Jekyll Island, GA last week: Lifer Saltmarsh Sparrow, Clapper Rail, Roseate Spoonbill, Peregrine Falcon, and a banded Black Skimmer. The Black Skimmer was banded on 7-8-19 as a chick before it could fly, at the south end of Wrightsville Beach, NC. It was seen from that fall through the spring on Tybee Island, GA. Then it was at Pea Island NWR, on the Outer Banks of NC in July this year. Now it is heading south for the winter
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