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  1. 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.
  2. 11 Nov 2021 Baldwin co. AL; I know he has 2 tiny black spots, but I favor Hairy
  3. 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). 🙂
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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.
  8. 02 Nov 2021 Baldwin co. AL; public park/campground; delta/estuary; wooded pine/hickory trails
  9. 02 Nov 2021 Baldwin co. AL; public park at delta; estuary/mars 1. Swamp 2. Swamp 3. Song vs. other sparrow sp.
  10. 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
  11. 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. ?
  12. 02 Nov 2021 Baldwin co. AL; public park RV/tent campground & fishing piers at delta mouth; estuarine environment; canebrakes, woods, open areas
  13. 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?
  14. 30 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL; beach; flushed from vegetated dunes where they were feeding on Sea Oats.
  15. 27 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL; bayfront public park Might just be the angle, but the one bird looks a little different
  16. 26 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL; public park at historic fort & grounds; bay & gulf fronts, beach, fields, thickets, thin woods
  17. 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.
  18. 26 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL; public park at former military fort & grounds; gulf & bay fronts; beach, open fields, thicket, thin woods 1. UFO 2. House Wren 3. Palm Warbler
  19. 26 Oct 2021 Baldwin co AL; public park at former military fort & grounds; beach, fields, thickets, think woods
  20. 26 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL; abandoned historic fort & grounds; gulf & bay fronts; beach, large open spaces, thickets, & thin woods 1. Merlin in the sunrise 2. 3.
  21. 23 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL; abandoned homesite Overall paler than those I've previously seen & identified.
  22. 23 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL; abandoned homesite; river, wetlands, overgrown yard with trees & open, weedy lawn Very shy, fairly large passerine, high in canopy; quick sallies out and then back deep into foliage. Quick glimpses of russet back.
  23. I am going to observe bird-banding for the first time. https://www.gulfshores.com/events-calendar/community-events/fort-morgan-bird-banding/ I found the banding protocol on ebird: https://support.ebird.org/en/support/solutions/articles/48000950859-guide-to-ebird-protocols I won't be banding, but I do want to count the birds I see while I am there. Would I do my own lists following the Banding Protocol or do I have one of the banders share their list of banded birds with me and I edit to reflect what I personally saw? @Connor Cochrane@Liam
  24. 12 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL; base of delta fresh-to-brackish; marsh, thin woods 1. Sparrow #1 2. Sparrow #2 3. Yellow Warbler 4. ?? 5. Sora 6. Indigo Bunting
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