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meghann

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  1. This was my thought. The wing pattern is wrong for any of the terns.
  2. I'm going to pass on the hummers, but the Phoebe looks good for a Say's, due to the orange, and I believe the thrush is a Hermit.
  3. I'm leaning Swainson's because of how bold and buff colored the eyering is.
  4. Terrible photos, but proof nonetheless. These two have been nemesis birds for me for a loooooong time. American Wigeon by midgetinvasion, on Flickr Northern Pintail by midgetinvasion, on Flickr
  5. It's amazing how buffy it can get on Songs. I've gotten my hopes up many times!
  6. Going to take some stabs in the dark. 1. Flycatcher-going to totally guess on this one and say Least? 2.Think so 3.Oof, he's messy. Chipping? 4. Skip 5. Young cowbird?
  7. Can't wait to see the results of you playing with your new toy! If the physical therapist makes you hate them, then that means they're a good one!
  8. This is the only winter landscape I have, since we live in the South. I do have a bunch of macro stuff of ice and snow, though. . . . Willard Peak by midgetinvasion, on Flickr
  9. Agree with Vermillion Flycatcher, a beautiful male! Welcome to Whatbird!
  10. That is my impression as well. House Finches can, at times, be orange or yellow. I've yet to get to see one like that, though. Welcome to Whatbird!
  11. Well, we're glad to have you! Post away!
  12. This is an Eastern Phoebe. They are a type of flycatcher, and perching on something, flying up to try to catch a bug, and then landing in the same spot is how they hunt! 🙂
  13. I am not sure of the age of the bird, but yes, Red-tailed Hawk with that belly band.
  14. Really, if you have bird feeders, then he/she would have been watching those. Cooper's hawks eat birds! It was probably watching your puppy making sure he wasn't a threat. 🙂
  15. Welcome to Whatbird! This is actually an immature Cooper's Hawk. Kestrels are teeny things, and have bold vertical stripes on their faces.
  16. Agree with Red-breasted Nuthatch! Nuthatches are fun guys to watch. Listen to their call on the website, and you'll probably start noticing them even more.
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