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Finally after more than a month I was able to get a photo of the Harris’s Sparrow where you can actually tell what it is. Still poor quality however. Think I’m doomed to never get a good photo but alw

Lifer 300, the great and mighty Whooping Crane.

Been real busy at work to post but did get out to see this Black Guillemot when it showed up in december here on the jersey shore  

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I saw both of these rarities already so not lifers. 

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not one but...2 Yellow-Crowned Night Herons!!!

Today, Orange County, Ca

 

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Not many of these were self-found, but here are my photographed rarities so far this year.

Yellow-bellied Sapsucker (1 of 2)

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Williamson's Sapsucker

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Black Vulture (Continuing for it's 5th or 6th year)

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Winter Wren 

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Self-found or Co-found birds this January (So-far)

 

Loggerhead Shrike

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Swainson's Hawk

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Presumed Downy x Hairy Woodpecker

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Self-found 3rd(?) County record of Spotted Towhee, IL. Oddly enough there's currently another Spotted Towhee on the opposite side of the county that has been there since the CBC.

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Northern Wheatear in Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Obviously a lifer, and worth the drive! Seemed to be doing well despite the cold, and it appeared to be eating mealworms someone had put out for it. 
 

Additional rare birds seen were Harlequin Duck, Black Vulture, and Brant, all of which were lifers for me.

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2 hours ago, Birding Boy said:

Northern Wheatear in Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Obviously a lifer, and worth the drive! Seemed to be doing well despite the cold, and it appeared to be eating mealworms someone had put out for it. 
 

Additional rare birds seen were Harlequin Duck, Black Vulture, and Brant, all of which were lifers for me.

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so cool!!!

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16 hours ago, Birding Boy said:

Vulture lifer

These two words don't belong in the same paragraph little lone the same sentence.

I know, Vultures aren't as common other places as here. The thing is I can see 200 in one day here, so it just confuses my mind.

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10 minutes ago, Kevin said:

These two words don't belong in the same paragraph little lone the same sentence.

I know, Vultures aren't as common other places as here. The thing is I can see 200 in one day here, so it just confuses my mind.

We don’t get Black vultures where I live! So Black Vulture would be a lifer for me, too. Heck, I saw a Turkey Vulture a few days ago and it made it on the rare bird alert because we lose them in the winter. 

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