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  1. I hope I am not violating any rules. I have in the past posted many pictures of beautiful birds in the wild and you have been wonderful about helping identify. I felt creepy even taking this picture and it breaks my heart, but I saw this dead bird on a Richmond, VA City street today and I really want to know what kind it was. I have upon occasion seen a dead bird in the city but nothing rare or unusual. This is something I have never seen before. The adjacent building didn't even have large reflective windows or anything. Can you kindly help me know what poor bird this is that lost its life today. Thank you, Scott Hubbard
  2. See near James River south of Richmond, VA today. In the field I thought it was a white eyed vireo except it doesn't have a white eye! Thanks, Scott H.
  3. This bird seen south of Richmond, VA today. https://www.flickr.com/photos/jacobmccandles/48654635986 same bird https://www.flickr.com/photos/jacobmccandles/48654617121 Thanks, Scott H.
  4. This is not one of the usual ducks around Richmond VA. See in the James River today. Thanks, Scott H.
  5. Seen along the James RIver in Richmond in Mid October. Bad picture from far away. Is it in the flycatcher familly or perhaps an Eastern Phoebe or Wood Pewee? https://www.flickr.com/photos/jacobmccandles/44401256890 Thanks, Scott H.
  6. I dont' think I'll ever be able to tell the difference. Most in my area are Downy. Like I am pretty sure this is Bird 1 https://www.flickr.com/photos/jacobmccandles/32277440408 I know a Hairy Woodpecker is supposed to have a longer bill. This one look longer but it probably just the angle or something. Bird 2 -https://www.flickr.com/photos/jacobmccandles/44331789580 Is is a Downy also? Richmond, VA on Dec 2, 2018 Sometime, I'd like to get a picture of a Hairy identified to add to my bird species count. Thanks, Scott H.
  7. Thanks! I get lots of house finches but have never gotten purple finch before. Being the female, maybe the male is nearby also. Scott H.
  8. Perhaps this is an unusual looking bird of a common species for me. Poor picture through a glass door as it feeds on blackoil sunflower seeds at my feeder. Richmond, VA just now, Dec 2. https://www.flickr.com/photos/jacobmccandles/44328559010 Thanks, Scott H.
  9. Wow! This is a first for me. I think a Blackburnian warbler is a rare sighting around here and I got a nice picture too. I truly appreciate this site and your help!!! I have really enjoyed getting into birding these last few years. Scott Hubbard -
  10. Seen East of Richmond, VA today. 2 pics of the same bird feeding in the tall grass. I'm not good with sparrows beyond the 3 or 4 I usually see. Thanks, Scott H.
  11. Group of these feeding mostly high up in the woods. I am guessing this is a male and female of the same type. Seen East of Richmond, VA today. I feel I should know what these are. thanks, Scott H.
  12. Is this is common type of wood pecker just having a bad hair day (molting) ? Seen east of Richmond, VA today 10/13. Thanks Scott H.
  13. Is this a male and female of the same species seen feeding in the tall grass south of Richmond VA today (Sept 8)? Migratory warblers perhaps? https://www.flickr.com/photos/jacobmccandles/43835046224 https://www.flickr.com/photos/jacobmccandles/43643588405 Thanks, Scott H.
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