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    All over the place, usually not far behind a bird.
  • Interests
    Most other wildlife
    And taking photos of all of them!

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  1. Short-eared Owl

    Fall Issue of The Wrong-eared Owl is out!

    This is really spectacular. It's very sharp and professional, I think this is going to be famous in a few years. Liron's photos are beautiful as well. EDIT: This is rather late, I know. I wish I had more time to be on here...
  2. Short-eared Owl

    Whatbird's Young Birders!

    Asking two New Yorkers to ID western butterflies, eh? I did the best I could...
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    Lots and lots of butterflies #6

    2. Yes. 3. Yes. 4. Crescent sp.
  4. Short-eared Owl

    Lots and lots of butterflies #5

    2. Yes, definitely. No idea what kind, however.
  5. Short-eared Owl

    Lots and lots of butterflies #4

    2. Sure looks like it! 3. Leaning Weidemeyer's........
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    Lots and lots of butterflies #2

    2. Is definitely a blue, but not a Silvery Blue with that white on the hindwing. I really don't know western butterflies well enough to tell you what it is though.
  7. In Nowary...is it IDable? Thanks!!
  8. In Nowary...is it IDable? DSCN9975 by Short-eared Owl, on Flickr
  9. Short-eared Owl

    Birds of Norway #2

    Okay, thanks! That was my thought too, but it comes up as rare on eBird so I thought I'd check just incase I was going crazy.
  10. Yep! Some conformation would be great for these two: And...it's in a tree so it must be a Tree Pipet right?
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    Birds of Norway

    Awesome, thank you! Tree Pipet flags as rare...? Anyway, I've not had time to be on here, but I'm in the Bergen, Oslo, Trondheim sort of area. I know there are a long way away from each other, but hopefully you get the idea. Thanks!
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    Bobolink? - Western Mass

    I agree.
  13. Short-eared Owl


    Ah wanna see tha photo.
  14. Hey, so guess were I am! Really embarrassing number one: Which black back gull? Leg color bothers me for both... And embarrassing number two: N. Goshawk vs E. Sparrowhawk. No hints about size. Now for the hard stuff: Pipets! (Not all the same bird)(I think two birds total) #1: #2: #3 and #4 Same bird, different from 1+2 which may or may not be the same bird. Now I'm hoping this is not too many photos...... Flyover thing. Pretty big. Not calling. Possibly a nutcracker?? Heeelp. Thank you all very much for your help and here is a troll in return!
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    I don't know my shorebirds...Please help! #3

    Yeah, I didn't see one either.