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  1. 05 Sep 2021 2:30 PM Baldwin co. AL; rural area; upland (dry, sandy) longleaf/loblolly pine stand adjacent to deciduous woods, wetlands (springs & sinks), river
  2. 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.
  3. 13 Sept 2021 Baldwin co., AL; bayside public park; heavily wooded; cypress swamp, pine-oak uplands, marsh, stream 1. Eastern Wood Peewee vs. Empidonax sp. Does his qualify as an eye-ring? 2. Blue-gray Gnatcatcher vs. ?
  4. 04 Aug 2021 Baldwin co. AL; suburban yard; feeding hurriedly on pokeberries; in constant motion, hopping quickly through shrub There were 2 individuals, both the same in coloring, etc. I hesitated calling female YEWA, because at least one had visible streaking on the underside
  5. 18 May 2021 Baldwin co. AL; Brackish/saltwater marsh and surrounds 1. Immature male Painted Bunting. It was singing its heart out. Pic & 2 audio files. But should we have those here at this time? 20210518_085308 - Copy_ed.wav 20210518_085148 - Copy_ed.wav 2. Purple Gallinule (Lifer) 3. Cliff Swallow (Lifer)
  6. Dec 26 & 27, 2020 Baldwin co. AL; Gulf of Mexico Taken over 2 subsequent days in same general location, so may be the same individual. I originally listed as Common Loon, but now wondering if that throat delineation is too clean and it is a Pacific. 12/26 12/27
  7. All taken in Feb. in Mobile or Baldwin co. AL in public parks with lakes or brackish marsh 1. ?Swamp Sparrow 2. ?Song Sparrow 3. ?Song Sparrow 4. ???. Why the short tail--molting? 5. ?All Chipping. This was a group of a dozen or so that was feeding on bread 😞 left by some well-intended persons. 6. ?Song Sparrow
  8. 01 Mar 2021 Baldwin co. AL Is it more likely this bill deformity is due to trauma or infection? Either way, rehabbers won't take the bird because it is a species non-native to the area. What to do?
  9. 15 Feb 2021 Baldwin co. AL; Boardwalk along a weedy creekside corridor wedged between an interstate/4-lane highway exchange, hotels, and a saltwater bay. The creek is separated from the boardwalk by tall, vine-covered chain-link fence on either side. This bird was singing high from a tree top on the far side of the creek near a hotel parking lot. There appears to be 2 sustained notes followed by 3 more rapid, higher notes. 20210215_131035ed - Copy.wav
  10. 10 Feb 2021 Baldwin co. AL; Mobile Bay American White Pelican vs. Great Egret These birds were far offshore on a spit of sandbar. They never did raise their heads. Before I could go back and get my spotting scope, it started pouring rain, so these are the best shots I have. I thought their overall shape, posture, & fact they were in a pretty tight social group was more on the side of American White Pelican, but idk. There is a Ring-billed Gull on the far left for reference.
  11. 29 Jan 2021 Baldwin co. AL Longleaf/loblolly pines adjacent to mixed deciduous woods, spring-fed wetlands, and river Literally the south end of a north-bound bird. I just caught him before he disappeared behind the tree tops.
  12. 21 Jan 2021 Baldwin co. AL Bay/Estuarine environment
  13. 3 May 2020 Baldwin co AL; suburban yard One bird calls at 1, 5, 9, 15... Second species (I think multiple individuals, though) quick, high whistles (?cardinals) I recognize the Laughing Gulls calling from overhead. They are on their way from our local dump to the one in Pensacola. I could set my watch by them. 😄 20200503_084634 - Copy.wav
  14. 18 Sept 2020 Baldwin co., AL Hi, All. We found this poor little thing in our gutter when we were cleaning up after Hurricane Sally. 😞 I could see no difference in color between the back and tail feathers.
  15. 22 Sept 2020 Baldwin co AL Bird perched in one particular dead sapling (second photo) over several days. Would fly out to grab insect and return to same perch. I think all 3 are of the same bird?
  16. 22 Aug 2020 Baldwin co AL This nest was about 3 ft off the ground in the forked branches of a Wax Myrtle (Morella cerifera) at the edge of a longleaf pine savannah near a mixed hardwood forest. The nest was comprised of spider webs, oak leaves, twigs, and grass blades.
  17. 15 Aug 2020 Baldwin co AL pine flatwoods in process of restoration/recovery from invasive grasses & broadleafs. Awful pics, I know, but hoping someone can confirm. The bird was tiny & solitary. The spots on the wing coverts were more like smudgey lines and it did have a scaly look to the breast. We also had been hearing its call.
  18. Good morning, All. We had a hummingbird come into the yard this morning that did not act like our usual RTs. It seemed large, had a louder/buzzier sounding flight, and did not twitter at all, even when close to us. It seemed confused by the feeder--like he/she did not know what to do. It did nectar at several flowers. We thought it might just be a young RT, but it seemed larger. We occasionally have other species of hummers here. We could not see features/colors well enough to describe. 27 June 2020 Baldwin co. AL (coastal)
  19. Baldwin co., AL. 11 April 2020. Song is repeated throughout, at approximately 0, 2, 6, 10, 12, 15, 20, 24. Then the Laughing Gulls take over. 20200411_104839Unk - Copy.wav
  20. 18 June 2020. Baldwin co AL. There are several birds singing in this clip. I heard a Norther Mockingbird and an Eastern Bluebird, but I am interested in what the bird is that calls approximately every 10 seconds (aprroximately at seconds 7, 17, 26, 39). 20200618_100010 - Copy.wav
  21. Happy Sunday, All. I can ID a Northern Flicker when I can see features, but, due to distance, could only make out the outline here. 15 May 2017
  22. 18 May 2020 Baldwin co AL Favor Immature b/c of streakiness on bib.
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