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Scott Hubbard

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  1. You'd think I could tell by now. Especially from such a nice picture. Seen at Henricus Park south of Richmond, VA today. Thanks Scott H.
  2. Seen at Henricus park south of RIchmond VA, today. Is this too poor a shot to identify? Thanks, Scott H.
  3. OK. So, I was right in thinking it was not one of "the usual suspects"! Thank you!
  4. See at Henricus Park south of Richmond, VA yesterday. Probably just a usual sparrow, but I am not sure. It is that time of year when strange birds do come through. Thanks for your help, Scott H.
  5. Seen south of Richmond VA today near the James River. Thanks for your help, Scott Hubbard
  6. I see. I should have recognized them. It there had been a male, I would have. Thanks.
  7. I saw these ducks at Dutch Gap, south of Richmond VA today. I know these are unusual. At least for me. I couldn't get anywhere near close enough to get good pictures. Can you identify them from this? Thanks, Scott Hubbard
  8. Seen south of Richmond VA today. It's size was smaller than most other hawks. And the coloration on the head. What is the 1 thing that stands out that confirms this as a Cooper's Hawk. If it is. Thanks, Scott H.
  9. Seen south of Richmond, VA yesterday. I know it is one of the common ones, but which one is this? Thanks
  10. Wow. I give up. At least I thought I could look at the tail of a hawk and recognize a Red-Tailed Hawk. The banding/stripes don't fit my thinking but I know juveniles can have differences. Scott H.
  11. Why do I have so much trouble with hawks? They are so big! Seen on my neighbors roof a couple days ago in Glen Allen VA. The tail doesn't look red to me. It seemed too big for a Coopers Hawk and the tail stripes are so much wider than pictures on google. That leaves the most likely a Red-shouldered or Broad-winged. So I am going to say a Broad-Winged Hawk? Do Red-shouldered have tail stripes like this? Thanks, Scott H.
  12. Taken south of Richmond VA today. Could these be Savannah sparrows? Perhaps the distance gives them a lighter coloration. Scott H.
  13. Third and final request from my trip to Dutch Gap South of Richmond VA, today. I don't think it is House, Song, Chipping, Savannah. Could it be a swamp sparrow? Thanks, Scott H.
  14. I have a lot of trouble with hawks. Only a front view. Seen at Dutch Gap Park south of Richmond today.
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