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47 minutes ago, lonesome55dove said:

Oops! No, I will not... Iol! I have always labeled yellow-rumped warblers as Audubon's or Myrtle's so I apologize for the miss post. 

@Kevinplease delete my Audubon's Yellow-rumped Warbler on page 2. Thanks! ?

I think/hope that @Clip was joking lonesome55dove. There's  no need to delete your photo. I deliberately allowed for flexibility so that everyone could participate. The creativity was intended to be part of the fun so don't worry about how you used your A.

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Just now, lonesome55dove said:

Oops! No, I will not... Iol! I have always labeled yellow-rumped warblers as Audubon's or Myrtle's so I apologize for the miss post. 

@Kevinplease delete my Audubon's Yellow-rumped Warbler on page 2. Thanks! ?

 

Just now, lonestranger said:

I think/hope that @Clip was joking lonesome55dove. There's  no need to delete your photo. I deliberated allowed for flexibility so that everyone could participate. The creativity was intended to be part of the fun so don't worry about how you used your A.

You still want it removed?

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4 hours ago, Connor Cochrane said:

I assume Hawaii, they're were very common (at least on Maui when I visited).

Yup, Maui a couple months ago.

4 hours ago, IKLland said:

They really resemble a young Scaly breasted Munia!

Also common on Maui.

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18 minutes ago, Tanager 101 said:

American Goldfinch (sorry for the bad photo, I have better but am to lazy to find it.)

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Is that a Pine Grosbeak with them? I knew they were a big, but didn’t realize it was such a stark difference

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Just now, neilpa said:

Is that a Pine Grosbeak with them? I knew they were a big, but didn’t realize it was such a stark difference

Yeah this was taken from the road in the upper peninsula of Michigan. They had some feeders in front of a church in a small town.

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