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  1. 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
  2. 08 Oct 2021 06:20; Baldwin co. AL; suburban yard Sounded like a nightjar, but not enough to speciate. We have Chuck-wills-widow year-round; Eastern Whip-poor-will winter here. 20211008_062050 - Copyed2.wav
  3. 08 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL 06:19; suburban yard 20211008_061917 - Copyed2.wav
  4. 06 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL; base of delta, riverside; estuarine environment. Caspian Tern grunts interspersed with whistles of at least 2 syllables. Wondered if these were juvenile Caspians, but wasn't sure if they would be calling this late in the year 20211006_142952 - Copyed.wav
  5. 04 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL I ID'd this as immature Mississippi Kite, but eBird is not giving me that option. I realize they should be gone by now, so would like some confirmation/correction. One was seen in Pensacola, FL (adjacent county to mine) on Oct. 1.
  6. 05 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL; bayside public park; heavy woods; heard from elevated boardwalk through cypress swamp, began to record & then saw 2 birds fly with flash of yellow, but could not definitively ID. Calls ceased after they flew 2021-10-05 0900ed.wav
  7. 04 Oct 2021 Baldwin co. AL; good-size flock of chickadees, warblers, vireos, etc. came in today after heavy rains. These are some I couldn't ID, and are probably birds I have seen and should know, but I'm still not very good with silhouettes. 1. 2. 3. 4. 4.
  8. 26 Sept 2021 Baldwin co. AL; riparian woodlands (oak/pine/red & Atlantic cedar), few scattered homes 2021-09-25 1619ed2.wav
  9. Baldwin co. AL; suburban yard 1. 20 Mar 2020 2. 2 Dec 2020 3. 19 Apr 2021
  10. 21 Sept 2021 Baldwin co. AL suburban backyard Bless his heart. His mama loves him.
  11. 20 Sept 2021 Baldwin co. AL; suburban yard; among a group of various warbler species gleaning mid-to high Live Oak canopy
  12. Baldwin co. AL Sept 2021 Hi, All. We have had resident Barred Owls for the 20+ years we have lived in our suburban neighborhood. They call frequently (and raucously) at night and commonly in the daytime, also, and it is not unusual for them to fly through or perch for a time in the yard. My question: Other than mating season & contact calls between mates/family members, at what other times would a Barred Owl hoot? I ask, because a couple of days ago, in the late afternoon (still full daylight), a lone Barred was hooting from fairly low in a tree, then dropped to the ground behind some shrubbery, then flew back into the canopy to a different perch. It looked as though he/she were taking prey, but I thought it odd the owl would call attention to itself with hooting if that were the case. There was no reply from any other owl that I could hear. Thoughts?
  13. 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?
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. 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.
  18. 08 Jun 2021 Baldwin co. AL; edge of heavy deciduous woods at river/bayside beach
  19. 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.
  20. 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
  21. 27 May 2021 Baldwin co. AL; bayside marsh & thickets with marture pine, cypress, palmetto I wonder if it is a Downy/Hairy whose upper stripe is catching the light.
  22. 14 May 2021 Baldwin co. AL; brackish marsh/ wooded swamp. I just want to be sure I'm not mis-IDing. I usually hear the Red-eyeds call before I see them, but these 2 were completely silent the entire time I was there. Also, Red-eyeds not commonly seen at this particular hotspot.
  23. 14 May 2021 Baldwin co. AL; mouth of Mobile-Tensaw delta; brackish swamp/marsh This sounds a lot like an Eastern Meadowlark, but the bird was calling from a thicket that was in standing water in the middle of a swampy landmass in the middle of a large body of water that can only be reached by the elevated boardwalk or by boat. No grasslands close by. Additionally, what appeared to be a warbler flushed from the thicket and the song stopped. I could not ID the flying warbler, but saw mostly/all yellow underparts and a much darker (?brown) head. Hooded Warbler was my best guess in the field, but I did/do not feel confident enough in that ID to submit it as such. So, I either had 2 different birds or they are one and the same. 20210514_090327 - Copy_ed.wav
  24. 08 May 2021; Baldwin co. AL; gulf beach 1. Sanderling (S), SEPA (SP) & ? 2. Western (W) & Sanderling (Sn) 3. L to R: Western & SESA
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