End Of Day Confirmations
Posted 10 October 2012 - 12:33 AM
Before I leave these on eBird for all eternity I just want a second opinion on these couple. They were all taken today, 10.9.12, at Patterson Park in downtown Baltimore City, Maryland.
#1 I think this is a Wood Thrush but eBird says it would be a "rarity" and Wood Thrush would also be a lifer, so...
DSC_2811 by BadBirds, on Flickr
#2 I think this is a House Wren but the face and crown don't seem right and the eye ring makes no sense.
DSC_2853 by BadBirds, on Flickr
#3 Pine Warbler... orangey feet with yellow pads, eye bar, white eye ring, yellow fade to olive on the flanks... If it is a Pine, is this throat brighter yellow then I should normally expect?
DSC_2959 by BadBirds, on Flickr
#4 Swainson's Thrush. I ask mainly because I expect an extra buffy bar that makes the spectacles look and the flanks and just under the tail, I don't recall all that color.
DSC_2973 by BadBirds, on Flickr
#5 Carolina Wren. With the contrast on the face and the deep color it almost has to be, no? It was in the reeds on the edge of a pond, not where I expect to find one.
DSC_2657 by BadBirds, on Flickr
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Posted 10 October 2012 - 12:35 AM
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Posted 10 October 2012 - 12:41 AM
Agree but the last wren looks like a winter and the last thrush looks more like a hermit
I'll second Blackburnian's IDs
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