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  1. What bird is this? Found in Safari Park in San Diego County.
  2. Hi would you help me identity this bord. Country Slovakia. And is it a young small bird? he looks disoriented and is in our terrace. Thank you
  3. Hello, Today I visited a bridge in central Florida where barn swallows and cliff swallows are known to roost; however rarely, cave swallows are seen here too. Today I saw this swallow (Image 1) which I believe is a cave swallow. Note the orange forehead and paler cheeks. Compare it to image 2 which I am for sure is a cliff swallow (Note the darker cheeks and paler forehead). The strangest part was both were landing on the same nest. Thanks for the help!
  4. Greetings, this is my first post here! Today I went birding at a scrubby flatwood in Central Florida, and I saw this bird hanging out with a flock of pine warblers in a low pine tree. I am having a hard time identifying it. However, the only two warblers I know with yellow "eyebrows" in Florida are the super common palm warbler and the rare kentucky warbler. However, we usually never see palm warlbers in breeding plumage, and this bird doesn't seem to have more stripes on the belly like a palm warbler. Can someone help me ID this warbler please?
  5. I know. Cell phone photos suck but aren’t they better than no photos? Portland, Maine. February 2019. Dove sized, owl like? Sitting quietly in a small fruit tree with lots of branches that waxwings and robins visit 6E0020B9-4147-4179-A220-D44761F2857F.mp4
  6. This bird visited my back yard around 8 am today and hung out for 30 minutes or so. It appeared that the bird wanted in the house as I have removed the screens from the windows, they are extremely clean and I have many indoor live plants which are quite large. The bird also tried to fly through the window two times from literally 3 inches away, off the back of a chair. We have a nighthawk that visits use frequently in the evening, especially in the summer diving over the top of our pool, thought maybe the same but very different beak, more hawk like. We do live on the edge of the dessert, closest home to my south is 45 miles away, open range in between. Thanks for any input you all can provide.
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