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  1. 31 July 2021 Cleburne co. AL (north Alabama, Appalachian (Blue Ridge) chain). Heavily-used primitive campground, public swimming/fishing lake and picnic pavilions. We were there in the wee hours so there were only two other hikers and 1 fisherman about. We were on a training hike, so no camera, but saw 2 chestnut-capped sparrows that stayed with one another, alternately foraging on the ground and calling from the surrounding scattered pines. I thought at the time they were Chipping Sparrows, but the calls sounded a little different as they weren't long trills. 20210731_080533 - Copyed.wav
  2. 21 Jul 2021 Baldwin co. AL; heavy mixed hardwood forest with incorporated wetland sink & adjacent to pine savannah Heard only. 20210721_093159 - Copyed.wav
  3. 31 Jul 2021 Cleburne co. AL; (north Alabama, Appalachian(Blue Ridge) chain); hiking trail through heavy oak/hickory/chestnut mountain forest poss_BLGR_20210721_093159 - Copy.wav
  4. 28 Jul 2021 Baldwin co. .AL Until recently, most brown birds I glimpsed at the feeder were female House Finches, but a day or so ago, we had a male cardinal show up with its adopted Brown-headed Cowbird "child" which it began feeding. Now I am questioning any brown, plain, somewhat streaky-breasted bird I see. Differentiating marks?
  5. 22 Jul 2021 Baldwin co. AL; public park & campground on island at delta; estuarine environment with piney/mixed hardwood forest 1 & 2: I heard birds singing in Black Willow trees and then this bird flew out; I thought it was going to be an Orchard Oriole, but now wondering if it might be a Painted Bunting. 1. 2. Recording: 20210722_092043 - Copyed.wav--this is what I heard before the bird flew 3. Same general area: 20210722_092624 - Copyed.wav 4. Not sure of this ID b/c of the eye ring
  6. 23 Jul 2021 Baldwin co. AL; sand spit at mouth of delta (river into bay) 1. Ignoring the Laughing Gulls, I see 2 Caspian, 1 Royal, and numerous Gull-billed & Least. Anybody else hiding in the group? 2. ?Forsters (BIF on left)
  7. I thought Red-eyed, but the cadence and pitch seemed a little different, but it was difficult to hear the bird over the cacophony of background sounds from the cicadas, etc. 20210714_101826 - Copyed.wav
  8. 16 Jul 2021; bayside public park with heavily-wooded oak/hickory/pine/cypress, heavy understory; swamp/marsh/beach. Call in question is marked with yellow dot. 20210716_092215 - Copyed.wav
  9. I think the first bird (within the first 2 secs of the recording) is a REVI and may be the same bird as in my earlier post. Marked by yellow line. The second bird sounds like the first part of a Yellow-billed Cuckoo's call, but he never finished that I heard. Could it be something else? Marked by yellow dot. 20210714_101744 - Copyed.wav
  10. 14 July 2021 Baldwin co. AL; bayside park with heavily-wooded trails; oak/pine/hickory/cypress My best guess is Great-crested Flycatcher, but I'm not sure about that ID. He was amongst a group of Carolina Chickadees.
  11. 21 Apr 2021 Dauphin Island, Mobile co., AL I thought this might be a female/immature Ruby-throated, but in the pics, the bill looks too large for that species.
  12. 09 Jun 2021 Baldwin co. AL; delta/estuarine habitat The fairly even call throughout. 20210609_101343 - Copyed.wav
  13. 12 Jun 2021 Shelby co. AL; lakeside cabins in public park; lawn & heavy woods Among the Eastern Phoebe & Red-bellied Woodpecker calls are two songs. Although the sonogram is that of the entire 2:08 minute recording, the bird in question sings mostly in the first 20 seconds of the recording, which is all I have uploaded. 20210612_072426 - Copyedebird.wav
  14. 08 Jun 2021 Baldwin co.AL; trail through heavy oak/pine woods I see spots on the tail but the bill looks long
  15. 08 Jun 2021 Baldwin co. AL; edge of heavy deciduous woods at river/bayside beach
  16. 07 Jun 2021 Baldwin co. AL; Mobile Bay Forster's vs. juvenile Sandwich vs. ? Orangish legs that appear to be in transition to dark in Series 2, dark bill. Series 1 (2 photos): Series 2 (3 photos):
  17. 03 Jun 2021 Dale co. AL; semi-rural yard, on bluff leading down to heavily-wooded creek bottom I called this a Red-eyed Vireo in the field, but BirdNET suggests Yellow-throated Vireo. 20210603_055546 - Copyed.wav
  18. 03 Jun 2021; Dale co. AL; semi-rural yard on bluff adjacent to heavily wooded creek bottom BirdNET suggested 3species: Pileated, Red-bellied & Red-headed. It doesn't seem to have the descending/dying out quality of a Pileated. 20210603_061029_marker 1ed - Copy.wav
  19. 03 Jun 2021 Dale co. AL; Do you all agree with Blue-gray Gnatcatcher? 20210603_062909 - Copyed.wav
  20. 06 Jun 2021 Baldwin co. AL; Longleaf Pine savannah surrounded by wet oak/hickory woods I couldn't visualize him well with my bins, but he looks like a blurry BLGR. He was singing loudly from pretty high in a tree, but I did not record his song and I couldn't describe it from memory.
  21. 02 Jun 2021 Dale co. AL; semi-rural yard adjacent to steep bluff leading to heavily wooded creek bottom. I didn't see rustiness on the wings but he appears to have a small rusty patch on the head and yellow wash on the underside, at least the flanks. I can't decide whether the white stripes on the wing count as wingbars.
  22. 02 June 2021 Dale co. AL; semi-rural area; yard on edge of bluff/deep woods, with nearby creek
  23. May 2020; Baldwin co. AL unk_20200503_084634 - Copyed.wav
  24. Apologies if this is a repeat post. I couldn't find it in my list of attachments. BirdNET's best estimate was Black-crowned Tchagra. I disagree. lol. The singer, whoever he may be, is quite melodious. 20200821_111830 - Copyed.wav
  25. 25 Feb 2021 Baldwin co. AL; quiet, sheltered inlet of small saltwater bay. The low, short, ascending call (not the Laughing Gulls). 20210225_090510 - Copyed.wav
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