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16 hours ago, PalmWarbler said:

You used an emoji! :classic_ohmy:

You're not alone, lots of common birds are avoiding me (like Pileated Woodpecker, Common Loon, Wood Thrush, etc......)

Even Palm Warblers have been avoiding me!! ? ?

What's so special about me using an emoji??

Yeah, I need Common Loon and Wood Thrush as well. Weirdly, Red-throated Loon aren't flagged on eBird in my county- aren't they supposed to be rare inland?

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21 hours ago, PalmWarbler said:

You used an emoji! :classic_ohmy:

You're not alone, lots of common birds are avoiding me (like Pileated Woodpecker, Common Loon, Wood Thrush, etc......)

Even Palm Warblers have been avoiding me!! ? ?

 

5 hours ago, Quiscalus quiscula said:

What's so special about me using an emoji??

Yeah, I need Common Loon and Wood Thrush as well. Weirdly, Red-throated Loon aren't flagged on eBird in my county- aren't they supposed to be rare inland?

I didn't get Wood Thrush or Common Loons till this year.

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On 11/7/2021 at 1:23 PM, Avery said:

There are 2. Hopefully the quality isn't brought down too much... extra points if you can ID.

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I found the warbler(?), but I can't seem to find anything else except a thing that looks a lot like a Immature White-crowned Sparrow, just to the flying bird's left. 

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1 hour ago, Kevin said:

I found the warbler(?), but I can't seem to find anything else except a thing that looks a lot like a Immature White-crowned Sparrow, just to the flying bird's left. 

Which bird did you find? The one in flight, or the one that's still? The one that is still is to the left of the bird in flight, and they are both the same species. You are correct that its a warbler!

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20 minutes ago, Avery said:

Which bird did you find? The one in flight, or the one that's still? The one that is still is to the left of the bird in flight, and they are both the same species. You are correct that its a warbler!

I found the flying one, but I can't seem to spot the other. 

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