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  1. Birds seen in trees around Spofford Lake in New Hampshire in August. Would love ID help! Bird 1: (2 photos) August 17. juvenile Northern Parula? Bird 2: August 17, same tree and time as Bird 1. Bird 3: (2 photos) September 6, a pair seen in low branches of tree just back from shoreline in mid-afternoon.
  2. Hoping for help with IDs. Birds seen in a large open graveyard in Chesterfield, NH, August 20, bordered by woods, and for the most part in and among three large pines. I'm making guesses, but I'm new to this and might be entirely wrong! Bird 1: I'm guessing Yellow-rumped Warbler I Bird 2: Pine Warbler? Yellow-rumped? (2 photos) Birds #3: Yellow-rumped??
  3. This little guy flew into my home office in January 2018, Pasadena, CA. Is it a Yellow Rumped Warbler, Audubon's? Or?
  4. I am having some difficulty trying to identify this particular bird. I was hoping to get some help if possible. Thank you
  5. Marietta Ga 30064 January 2020 I’ve had a couple of these hanging around my feeders (suet, seed, peanut) along with pine and orange-crowned warblers. IBird photo sleuth identifies it as a (female?) palm warbler. Any ideas? Thanks for any help
  6. These birds were in the backyard in Miramichi, NB. Is the first one a young common yellowthroat? The second once might be a flycatcher.
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