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  1. 15 May 2024 Baldwin co. AL; gulf beach
  2. Probabaly the same bird seen in Walton co. FL (just a couple of counties east of us) a few months back. I didn't see him there but some of my birder friends did and now have a Gray Gull in 2 U.S. states!
  3. 30 August 2023 Baldwin co, AL; causeway over bay/delta. Tail too long for Common?
  4. 22 August 2023 Baldwin co. AL; small season pond in agricultural field. Bird calling from thick vegetation at pond's edge; never came into view. Would like opinions based on your own human ears, as I have already consulted the various AI sources. https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/605937311
  5. 25 May 2023 Baldwin co. AL; variably brackish marsh at public boat ramp; grass in standing water I was favoring King, as it seems too slow for Clapper. Thoughts? https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/577192171
  6. 18 May 2023 Baldwin co. AL; bayside thick mixed woods, heavy thicket, and cypress swamp Merlin says American Redstart for 1 and nothing for 2 & 3 Audio & ebird spectrogram: https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/575346181
  7. 24 Mar 2023 Baldwin co. AL; bayside ferry launch I thought these (2 of therm) were female/immature Red-breasted Mergansers, but the bill looks too thick and the markings around the eye...
  8. Hi, All. There have been several Bullock's Orioles (rare here) in the last few weeks at one particular site. I am good with IDs on the mature males, but the immatures and the females I find difficult to separate from Baltimore, which are also present at the same site. Advice? Four examples attached below. 1 2 3 4
  9. 26 Jan 2023 Baldwin co. AL; with large flock of Canada Geese. Freshwater pond (impound) in farmland Bill looks too large & not the proper shape for Snow Goose, and I don't see the grin patch. Canada Goose included for reference
  10. 14 Jan 2023 Baldwin co. AL; fresh to brackish bay; roadside with abundant rocky rip-rap and small mudflat I think this is a Dunlin, but also considered Purple Sandpiper. Looking/shooting into the sun, so could not appreciate markings & colors adequately, so going on overall shape of bird & bill. Pontifications on the subject are encouraged and appreciated. 😀
  11. 15 Dec 2022 Baldwin co. AL; sheltered portion of bay/delta. Head looks like a Lesser Scaup, but the rest of the bird, idk.
  12. 15 Dec 2022 Baldwin co. AL; marsh along delta/bay in public park For scale, his prey is a Red-winged Blackbird. His eyes were yellow.
  13. 27 Nov 2022 Baldwin co. AL; Mobile Bay near large group of American Coots and scattered Pied-billed Grebes
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