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Peter

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  1. Having done a little internet research, there have been studies on posturing and courtship rituals of Painted buntings. The display I captured with this photo resembles described behavior. I posted to see if anyone else might concur with what this appears to be or have witnessed the same behavior.
  2. Photo taken June 11, 2019 at Skidaway Island State Park, Chatham County, Georgia. Assuming this to be a solicitation posturing display of a female Painted bunting.
  3. Photos taken this afternoon, 4/16/19, Skidaway Island, Chatham County, GA. We do see Brown-headed cowbirds around in the spring. I saw this Eastern Towhee feeding this fledgeling and I suspect that it's a cowbird fledgeling. Would like thoughts and comments. Thanks in advance.
  4. Thanks to both of you and Happy Holidays!
  5. Photo taken today, Dec. 13, 2018, Skidaway Island, Chatham County, Georgia. Tricolored heron? Green legs?
  6. Thanks to the both of you. Definitely does have the dark eye line. You got to love the "LBJ's" Little Brown Jobs. Thanks again.
  7. Photo taken today, Nov. 5, 2018, Skidaway Island, Chatham County, Georgia. Pink bill and pinkish legs. A Field sparrow ?
  8. appears not to have the squared tail of a Cowbird.
  9. photos taken today, Oct. 24, 2018, Skidaway Island, Chatham County, Georgia. In certain light showed greenish tint. Smaller than a cardinal, larger than titmouse. Any ideas? Thanks for your suggestions.
  10. Photos taken today, Oct. 21, 2018. Skidaway Island, Chatham County, Georgia. Would this be a 1st year fall male ? Thanks for your help
  11. Second one I've seen this fall. Thanks for your help.
  12. Photos taken today, Oct. 20, 2018. Skidaway Island, Chatham County, Georgia. Shows good buff eye ring. Need confirmation or other opinions. Thanks
  13. Photos taken today, Oct. 20, 2018. Skidaway Island, Chatham County, Georgia. Looks like a female but could be a male with the blue in the tail. Any comments appreciated.
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