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  1. 18 Oct 2021 Cape May NJ Is duck in foreground a Ring-necked? What is the duck is to right of Pied-billed Grebe? It appears teal-sized, but that is as far as I can get.
  2. 22 Oct 2021 Cape May NJ; mudflats in sound, Atlantic side
  3. 16 Oct 2021 Cape May NJ; mixed group including Gadwall, American Wigeon, Mallards. If wrong ID, pointers?
  4. 17 Oct 2021; Cape May, NJ 1. L to R: Western Sandpiper & ? 2. 3.
  5. 17 Oct 2021 Cape May NJ. If my IDs are wrong, salient points for IDing would be greatly appreciated! 🙂 1. 3 Dunlin 2. Greater Yellowlegs, but the legs look dark?... 3. Lesser Yellowlegs
  6. 21 Oct 2021 Cape May NJ I can ID the Dunlin & Short-billed Dowitcher, but what are the others? I was thinking Black-bellied Plover and Red Knot?
  7. 21 Oct 2021 Cape May NJ No legs visible, but went with Greater, mostly because the dark in the tail is about the same tone as the the back.
  8. 20 Oct 2021 Cape May NJ Ignoring the cormorants & gulls 1. All Black Scoter? 2. 1 & 3 are Surf Scoter, rest are Black?
  9. 20 Oct 2021 Cape May NJ 1. Lesser Black-backed vs. Great; non-breeding adult--I don't see the white crescent at the tail, but I think the legs are yellow. ish. 2. Herring Gull, non-breeding adult
  10. 21 Oct 2021 Cape May NJ Clockwise beginning at 12 o'clock (and ignoring the incomplete bird at the far left edge): Ring-billed, Laughing, ?Lesser Black-backed, Ring-billed, Greater BB, Ring-billed, ?Lesser Black-backed.
  11. 20 Oct 2021 Cape May NJ I need a crash course in sparrow ID. 1. 2. 3. 4. UFO 5. Song 6. Song 7. ? 8. ? 9. ? 10. Song 11. White-throated 12. ? 13. UFO 14. ? 15. Song 16. ?
  12. 19 Oct 2021 Cape May NJ 1. The three larger gulls are Lesser or Greater Black-backed? And who is the little guy with the mollusk in his bill? 2. RIng-billed
  13. 19 Oct 2021 Cape May NJ; sidewalk observations 1. Western Palm Warbler 2. House Sparrow--male & female/immature 3. ??? I think a falcon 4. Song Sparrow
  14. 17 Oct 2021; Cape May NJ; beachside state park I think these all are Merlins, but would like clarification on separating them from Sharpies when seen in flight, in general, and specific to these photos.
  15. 16 Oct 2021; beachside state park; wooded trails, marsh, small ponds 1. Clockwise from 6 o'clock; Gadwall, Gadwall, American Wigeon, American Wigeon 2. Both Gadwall 3. Clockwise from bottom L (8 birds): Gadwall, Am Wigeon, ?, Am Wigeon, Gadwall, Northern Pintail, Am Wigeon, American Black Duck
  16. 15 Oct 2021 Cape May NJ; WMA; woods & brush, scattered small ponds A few of the pics don't look like the same bird.
  17. Now that we can see the light at the end of the COVID tunnel, we are planning a couple of trips to visit family (hopefully in the Spring, but, if not, the Fall) and wanted to get some birding in while we are in places removed from our usual environs, specifically New England (primarily RI/MA/CT) & Puerto Rico (primarily Ponce). If time permits, we may stop at Cape May Observatory and/or Hawk Mtn. PA (we hear the hiking is great!) on the way up or back. Any recommendations, tips, advice, insight, would be most welcome. Thank you.
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