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  1. American Crow?

    I didn't hear a two-syllable call, so American it is!
  2. American Crow?

    I think you're probably correct, but the Conservation Education Center, where I took these, lists both the American Crow and the Fish Crow as permanent residents. I guess that is the result of the Arkansas Audubon Society doing there bird counts in the spring, summer and fall.
  3. American Crow?

    Here's a better shot of the tail .... American Crow? by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  4. American Crow?

    I heard it "caw". It wasn't as strong as what I'm used to hearing, but I just thought it was a young one or just having a bad day.
  5. American Crow?

    I thought it might be something else when I saw the white, but that bill is big! Fred Berry Conservation Education Center (North Central Arkansas). Dec. 12, 2017 American Crow? by Robert Nelson, on Flickr American Crow? by Robert Nelson, on Flickr American Crow? by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  6. ?? Sparrow

    Thank you!
  7. ?? Sparrow

    from Fred Berry Conservation Education Center, North Central Arkansas. Taken 12-12-2017 ?? Sparrow by Robert Nelson, on Flickr ?? Sparrow by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  8. Yellow-rumped Warbler

    Several of these were flying around the rafters of a boat dock on Lake Norfork (North Central Arkansas). Taken Dec. 11, 2017 Yellow-rumped Warbler? by Robert Nelson, on Flickr Yellow-rumped Warbler? by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  9. Duck IDs

    I ran across a pond full of ducks in Northwest Arkansas, most of them were Ring-necked Ducks, but there were some I wasn't sure about ... taken Dec. 9, 20 #1 - Red-headed Duck? Red-headed Duck? by Robert Nelson, on Flickr #2 - ??? Female Lesser Scaup? by Robert Nelson, on Flickr #3 - Male Lesser Scaup? Male Lesser Scaup? by Robert Nelson, on Flickr #4 - ??? ??? by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  10. ?? Warbler

    Subdivision bird feeder, North Central Arkansas, taken Dec. 7, 2017 ??Warbler by Robert Nelson, on Flickr ??Warbler by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  11. ?? Warbler ?

    Thank you! That's a lifer!
  12. ?? Warbler ?

    This is the only shot I could get. Hope it's enough. Picnic area next to Lake Norfork, North Central Arkansas. Dec. 5, 2017 ?? warbler? by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  13. ?? Duck

    Thank you! That's a new one for me!
  14. ?? Duck

    I'm finding that when I go to a new place, every bird looks new and different. Such was the case today in Central Arkansas, shallow city lake, with lots of birds! Dec. 4, 2017 ?? duck by Robert Nelson, on Flickr ?? duck by Robert Nelson, on Flickr ?? duck by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  15. American Kestrel?

    I'm going to go with your ID. Here's why I thought Merlin: It's just a little larger than a Kestrel, very fast wingbeats, straight to its prey. Light bill with dark tip, dark banding on the tail, white tail edge, white line above the eye, white tips on the wings, dark area where the "whiskers" are. DSCN3371x by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
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