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  1. Hi, is it possible to determine whether this is a female or immature rough-legged hawk? seen on Amherst Island in April. thanks
  2. I think this is a baltimore oriole but the head isn't black if it is male and the body very orange if is it female, so I am unsure what it is. It was spotted June 25, 2020 in a wooded park area north of Port Rowan, Ontario. It is feeding babies.
  3. If anyone could definitively tell me what species my new friend here is, that would be much appreciated! Everything I could gather from internet image searches has me thinking it might be a (juvenile?) Broad-winged hawk. He/she has become a regular morning visitor over our property here in Beckwith, Ontario (roughly equal parts mixed forest, open fields, and marsh), and has taken an interest in my drone flights. I'll post a follow-up with a video clip.
  4. Hi, I saw this bird in Ontario in the Algonquin Park in February. I saw a male and a female, but not sure about this one. Is it an immature male maybe? Thanks
  5. Hi, I saw those Goldfinches in February in Algonquin Park, ON. Is there a way to determine which ones are male and which ones are female? How? Thanks
  6. The photo was taken in Port Colborne, Ontario on December 26, 2018. It was early afternoon.
  7. Hi, I saw those birds at the Rock Point Provincial Park, on the shores of Lake Erie, in mid-September. are those Semipalmated plovers? thx
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