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  1. 05 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL; bayside public park, heavily wooded, cypress swamp, pine palmetto, oak/magnolia 1. Flying like a swallow. Northern Rough-winged vs. just a EUST 2. maybe same bird as #1 3. Thought this was a White-breasted Nuthatch but he looks odd 4. Blackburnian vs. other warbler sp. 5. Best guess is Eastern Wood Peewee, but that tail is short.
  2. 02 Nov 2021 Baldwin co. AL; estuary/delta; among reeds in standing water I don't see the heavy streaking on the back that the Marsh Wren should have, but the habitat was wrong for Winter Wren
  3. 24 Nov 2021 Baldwin co. AL suburban yard I could never get a good look at the tail, but he seemed too big for a Sharpie as he cruised by the (empty) feeders a couple of times Might explain why there have been very few avian visitors lately.
  4. 13 Nov 2021 Baldwin co AL; heavy mixed woods, wetlands 1. Small bird; mid to high canopy 2. Warbler sp.?
  5. 11 Nov 2021; Baldwin co. AL; bayside public park; heavily wooded trails; cypress swamps; feeding very high in a tall pine Help me out with field marks when you can't see the face nor the coloration.
  6. 11 Nov 2021 Baldwin co. AL; over Mobile Bay close to bay beach (sand, mud flats) Under the American Avocet--could this be a Stilt Sandpiper? The other 3 appear to be yellowlegs, but those bills seem thin.
  7. 11 Nov 2021 Baldwin co. AL; small seasonal pond in agricultural field 1. Savannah Sparrow 2. Either a female or an immature Red-winged Blackbird. Constantly flicking tail. The colors on this bird were gorgeous.
  8. 11 Nov 2021 Baldwin co. AL; I know he has 2 tiny black spots, but I favor Hairy
  9. 8 Nov 2021 Baldwin co. AL; bayside public park; beach, pier, scattered trees, small duck ponds; elderly people doing tai chi... 1. First Winter Ring-billed 2. Juvenile Herring Gull--huge gull, checkered back 3. Least Sandpiper--small; scalloped/edged feathers, yellow legs 4. Red-shouldered Hawk vs. Broad-winged--Buteo with longish tail; never got a good frontal or undertail view As always, if my IDs are wrong, please share how to arrive at the proper one(s). 🙂
  10. 31 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL; small seasonal pond in agricultural field. I commonly see shorebirds, herons, egrets, ducks, buteos, kestrels, Northern Harrier, and snipe here. There were 2 Killdeer and 5 immature Black-bellied Whistling ducks here when I recorded this (there had been 7 plus the mother a few days prior 😞 ), but none appeared to be making the call. It is the quick, fairly regular, monotone call. Could be a herp. 2021-10-31 1805 - Copyed.wav
  11. 09 Nov 2021 Baldwin co AL; rural, undeveloped property; thick mixed woods, seeps, springs, pine savannah Appear to be 2 individuals calling. Very high, slightly descending note (?maybe 2), at times regular, at times not. 2021_11_09_1703_marker 1ed.wav
  12. 09 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL; suburban neighborhood Lots of "smacking" and run-on phrases quickly repeated once, twice, or rarel 4 times, including imitations of TUTI, WOTH, Eastern Bluebird, White-eyed Vireo, Chuck-will's Widow. 20211009_062204 - Copyed.wav
  13. 02 Nov 2021 Baldwin co. AL; estuary/marsh; delta 1. Bird to left looks like a grebe sp. & appears to have a red eye; bird to right, cormorant (bill looked good for that) vs. loon (appears to be a paleness to the throat) but not holding bill like our usual Common Loon. 2. Blue-winged Teal vs. teal sp. vs. other; I don't see any creamy line at the tails.
  14. 02 Nov 2021 Baldwin co. AL; public park/campground; delta/estuary; wooded pine/hickory trails
  15. 02 Nov 2021 Baldwin co. AL; public park at delta; estuary/mars 1. Swamp 2. Swamp 3. Song vs. other sparrow sp.
  16. 02 Nov 2021 Baldwin co. AL; public park at delta; estuary/marsh If IDs wrong, pointers for correct ID would be appreciated! 1. Swamp (2) 2. Swamp 3. Swamp
  17. 02 Nov 2021 baldwin co. AL; public park at delta; walking trails through moderate pine/hickory woods 1. I think just bad angles of Myrtle 2. ?
  18. 02 Nov 2021 Baldwin co. AL; public park RV/tent campground & fishing piers at delta mouth; estuarine environment; canebrakes, woods, open areas
  19. 31 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL; abandoned homesite; in mixed flock Bill looks long, fairly thick (I thought unwarbler-like), and somewhat down-turning Can you walk me through the ID?
  20. 30 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL; beach; flushed from vegetated dunes where they were feeding on Sea Oats.
  21. 27 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL; bayfront public park Might just be the angle, but the one bird looks a little different
  22. 26 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL; public park at historic fort & grounds; bay & gulf fronts, beach, fields, thickets, thin woods
  23. 26 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL; public park at former military fort & grounds; bay & gulf-fronts; beach, open fields, thickets, thin woods 1. Thick tail bands 2. Thin tail bands--Northern Harrier? 3. Broad-winged Hawks. They were very pale. Kettle of 3.
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