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  1. ( I stopped typing to have dinner, and apparently took to long because I wasn't able to edit my previous comment...so, here it is, in full ... 🙂 )Thank you ! It really had me stumped. My first thought was a Common Yellowthroat, but the underside is all yellow, and it has the little patches of black on the side of the neck, which made it even more of a mystery. Then I looked at the Nashville and compared it to the Connecticut, and thought it looked more like the later. But, looking at the eyering didn't seem to match the Nashville, or the Connecticut, but seemed closer to the Yellowthroat. Birds can be so tricky!! Thanks again!
  2. Thank you ! It really had me stumped. My first thought was a Common Yellowthroat, but the underside is all yellow, but then, it has the little patches of black on the side of the neck, which made it even more of a mystery.
  3. I'm really unsure of my guess, strictly a guess, that this is a juvenile Connecticut Warbler. It's the long, pale legs and bill that helped my decision, as well as the beginning of an eyering, lack of wing bars, and overall yellow underneath.And, if anyone knows what kind of caterpillar that is, well that'd be awesome! Minnesota
  4. Another bird we spotted in Alaska, and a first for me- Hermit Thrush
  5. Alder Flycatcher - Homer Alaska - During a recent vacation to Alaska we spotted these little birds flitting about the bushes, rarely staying in one spot long enough to get a photo, but I did manage to get a few.
  6. House Wren Chicks - Minnesota
  7. Thanks! It's a never disappointing spot to visit.
  8. These images are from 2015 and were taken at the Necedah Wildlife Refuge In Wisconsin.
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