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  1. 05 Dec 2022 Baldwin co. AL; bayside public park Called this an Orange-crowned, but he was foraging very high in the canopy, which gave me pause. In with a large flock of Butter Butts.
  2. 17 Oct 2022 Baldwin co. AL; small seasonal pond in agricultural field L--Green-winged Teal? R--??
  3. 12 Aug 2022; parking lot of bayside restaurant; distant from large group of Laughing Gulls Flesh-colored legs, long wings
  4. 02 Aug 2022 Baldwin co. AL; thick, low woods, rank with invasive grasses & trees I never saw the bird. Merlin and Birdnet say Kentucky Warbler, but we are not eat-up with those this time of year. Last one noted (ebird) in the county was on June 4th, a few miles north of this site. https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/472105041
  5. 12 Apr 2022; Baldwin co. AL; seasonal shallow pond in agricultural field
  6. 12 Apr 2022 Baldwin co. AL; bay/gulfside historic fort; picnic area; foraging on ground in mixed flock including Palm Warblers and House Finches
  7. 11 Apr 2022 suburban yard with large mature trees, lawn, shrubs
  8. 11 Apr 2022; fairly high in canopy; suburban yard; mature trees, lawn, shrubs
  9. 8 Apr 2022 Baldwin co AL Why is this a Eurasian Collared and not a Mourning Dove? https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/428293691
  10. 06 Mar 2022 Baldwin co. AL; gulf/bay side state park; thick woods
  11. 12 Mar 2022 Baldwin co. AL; one was seen at this particular site earlier in the day
  12. 10 Mar 2022 Baldwin co. AL; bayside public park; marsh, mudflats, low tide Favor maturing Forster's--bill looks dark
  13. 10 Jan 2022 Baldwin co. AL; small waterfowl refuge in small bay alongside busy highway tail finely barred; head almost white except for that odd moustachial stripe; kiting for a long while in very strong headwind before perching on road sign
  14. 28 Jan 2022 Baldwin co AL; Large man-made freshwater pond 1 and 3-5 appear to have slightly drooping/curved, long bills, so I thought Dunlin
  15. 26 Jan 2022 Baldwin co. AL; sod fields In the field, I could see the yellow above the eye (see 2nd photo)
  16. 24 Jan 2022 Baldwin co. AL; Gulf beach Herring Gull, 1st Winter/cycle ??
  17. 14 Jan 2021 Baldwin co. AL; bay/gulfside public park/historic fort; open grassland, thin woods
  18. 01 Dec 2021 Baldwin co. AL; abandoned homesite; heard from within very thick privet thicket https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/392581411
  19. 01 Dec 2021 Baldwin co. AL; small season pond on agricultural parcel I still have problems IDing non-breeding shorebirds
  20. 30 Nov 2021 Baldwin co. AL bayside public park; heavily wooded boardwalk trails; beach, cypress swamp, pines, palmetto 1. Pretty sure it's a Black-bellied, I don't see any golden hues, but that eyestripe is really crisp 2. Savannah Sparrow--but the bill looks wrong and the bird looks beefy 3. Carolina Wren, but would the flank barring indicate it came from Texas?
  21. 02 Nov 2021 Baldwin co. AL; estuary/delta; among reeds in standing water I don't see the heavy streaking on the back that the Marsh Wren should have, but the habitat was wrong for Winter Wren
  22. 24 Nov 2021 Baldwin co. AL suburban yard I could never get a good look at the tail, but he seemed too big for a Sharpie as he cruised by the (empty) feeders a couple of times Might explain why there have been very few avian visitors lately.
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