millipede Posted February 22, 2019 Share Posted February 22, 2019 Again at a fish hatchery in NW Arkansas (I'll have a lot from here I think...) I've learned a bit the last few years... like seeing the note "NOHA" on a list for August here is definitely wrong. At times I've seen accipiters that showed a lot of white in the same area at the bast of the tail you might see on a northern harrier so I think that's where I made that error. I wrote down COHA on my list and this is one of the photos I have. I'm not sure that I saw a cooper's or if this is even the picture that made me think that... The color in the tail here is interesting to me though. I also had RSHA down and I think that's what's in this picture. I'm certain, especially since I have 2 down, they were calling so I'm certain there were two there. Now for the fun stuff... earlier in the day on the drive there I took this photo... Then at the hatchery we have these wonderful shorebirds... and, this may be a weird angle on one of those peeps but something about this looks more like a plover(which I don't think are there in August) And I wrote down that I saw spotted sandpipers(always easier for me to ID when they're flying so I can see the wings) but I think at least one of these birds might be a solitary... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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