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  1. What do I call this bird? (Sep 9, 2021 - Wellington, Florida) It has similarities with a rosy-faced lovebird, but that is not a bird native to south Florida. Since it is flocking with monk parakeets, it would seem to have pretty good chances of creating some sort of a new hybrid generation that doesn't have a "life list-able" designation at the moment, but it exists - I saw it - and I would like to count whatever-it-is in my "birds I've seen (and photographed)" list.
  2. In my neighborhood we really only see Northern Mockingbirds, Cardinals, Blue Jays, Crows, and the occasional Woodpecker. Saturday morning I heard an unusual bird call and saw, on a roof, a bird that was: the size/shape of a Northern Mockingbird; mostly light gray(white?) with a black crown (ie the beak and everything from the beakline up was black.) So it was colored like a Great Tern (but obviously wasn't) and it wasnt a Black-Capped Chickadee, both because of geography and its small size. It made a warbling sound for which I could see its throat clearly undulating. Help please? Thank though, Simon
  3. What: I think these are Swainson's Thrushes, 2 different birds (pictures 1 & 2 are one bird, picture 3 another one). Please confirm. Where: Dry Tortugas NP, inside Fort Jefferson When: September 19 Thanks!
  4. Hi, I'm still processing the about 1K photos I took during my recent trip to the Keys and I need confirmation on a few birds. What: I think this is a female Summer Tanager, yellowish overall, light colored bill. But eBird reports only 2 Summer Tanagers on the Dry Tortugas on September in the past 10 years, so I'd like to make sure. Where: Dry Tortugas NP, inside Fort Jefferson When: September 19 Thanks!
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