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  1. Photo taken today, Sept 15, 2022, Skidaway Island, Chatham County, GA. Want to call this a pine warbler. Merlin sound ID picked up one up late today high in the tree tops. Thanks
  2. Thanks to all for the views, comments and your help. Good birding !
  3. Would you call this one an immature or non-breeding adult ?
  4. Photo taken today, Sept. 14, 2022, Skidaway Island, Chatham County, GA. Need ID help. Thanks
  5. Photo taken today, Skidaway Island, Chatham County, GA. 8/14/22 This appeared to be a little larger than a Pine warbler. Went to a seed feeder and not to the suet feeder ! It looks to be molting feathers on the head. A Pine warbler ? Thanks for looking.
  6. Thanks to all for your views and comments. Good birding !
  7. This photo was taken in Denali National Park, Alaska, July 7, 2022. I'm thinking raven. At the time I only saw this one individual. It made calls that I didn't recognize as an American crow. With the yellow showing at the base of the bill appears to be a juvie
  8. Love all those seconds. Great birding !
  9. That was also my first thought. Any seconds ?
  10. Photo taken this afternoon, May 22, 2022, Skidaway Island, Chatham County, GA Observed a pair of swallows feeding and collecting nest materials. Nest materials were being carried up under an unused tractor-trailer covered van. Any ideas about an ID ? Thanks
  11. Photo taken this afternoon, May 4, 2022, Skidaway Island, Chatham County, GA flycatcher ID ? Thanks
  12. Caught this photo this afternoon, May 4, 2022, Skidaway Island, Chatham County, GA Need ID help please Thanks for views and help Peter
  13. Exchanged comments with my bird photo buddy this morning. He said that the bird flew up close to him as he sat in his "golf cart blind" and didn't appear skittish. It was in the area of a small pond that is located in a pollinator garden and field. He also thinks that it was a juvi. Let's call it a Loggerhead. What 'cha say ? Thanks and good birding !
  14. WOW ! A lot of good observations and comments. I'm of a mind that it's probably a juvi Loggerhead, now that I've settled down a bit. The yellow beak gape, the overall size impression of a couple of other photos, the summer range of both and the fact that my friend must have been close to get these images (good nature photographer who shoots from his golf cart blind - as he likes to say) The adult loggerheads in this county are extremely skittish and I have never seen one at this location. I will not hear from him until morning - early to bed. More later.
  15. A friend took this picture today, May 2, 2022, Skidaway Island, Chatham County, GA. Could this be a Northern shrike ? Thanks, Peter
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