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  1. Thank you are right, it os a frog. Sorry and thanks!
  2. Thank you all! I took that class too but now want help memorizing calls. My problem is remembering them especially since many sounds I only hear in spring and summer. I have to train that part of my brain! I think I’ll remember but then I don’t or when traveling and out if context I get really confused. I think some memorization drills, like the flashcard idea, will help solidify some songs and in turn build my ability to remember sounds better. Thanks again!!
  3. I heard this last week at Selva Verde Lodge in Chilamate, Heredia Province, Costa Rica. It may not be an owl or nighttime bird at all but I want to know for sure. Thanks for any help you can give. Thank you! night video cut.mp4
  4. I want begin learning how to identify birds by sound. I know it will be a long process. Does anyone have any recommendations on apps or other tools to assist with this? Thank you.
  5. Taken April 21 north of Chicago, near lake and woods. Thought it was a Phoebe but noticed white tip on the tail. Is it something else? thank you
  6. These were taken in North Dakota, Theodore Roosevelt NP on July 9 the second and third were flying in a group and looked like a type of swallow.
  7. I’ve found range are never exact and sometimes not accurate. Thank you so much!
  8. That’s what iBird photo sleuth said for one of the photos. Thank you!
  9. These were taken Tuesday, July 9th in Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota. Not great shots I know but I thought I'd give it a try. Thank you!
  10. These were taken on Monday, July 8 in Spearfish Canyon, South Dakota. ibird photo sleuth pegged it as a Cordilleran but I'm not sure they are found there. Thank you.
  11. These pictures were taken on July 8 in Spearfish Canyon, South Dakota. Thank you!
  12. This bird was north of Chicago on May 6, 2019. Thank you!
  13. Hello, photos were taken on 1/1/19 in Hilo, HI. I thought it was Pacific Golden but read they aren't typically on the beach and at the time it seemed bigger than the Pacific Golden Plovers I was seeing more inland. Let me know what you think. Thank you.
  14. Crazy I know but figured I see if someone has any idea. Both were taken north of Chicago, the one on the left was taken September 10 and the one on the right was taken October 18. Thank you so much!
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