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Robert Nelson

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About Robert Nelson

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  1. ???

    I could only get one shot of this one, in an area where cedar trees had been trimmed from the roadway. Panther Bay public use area, Lake Norfork, Arkansas. 8-11-2017 ??? by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  2. ?? Woodpecker

    Thank you! If that's the red cap starting at the nose, would it be a male?
  3. ?? Woodpecker

    Panther Bay public use area, Lake Norfork, North Central Arkansas. Heavily wooded lake shore. 8-11-2017 ?? Woodpecker by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  4. female ? and young

    City park, North Central Arkansas, pasture and brush piles. Taken July 1, 2017 female ? and young by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  5. Young Northern Cardinal?

    City park, North Central Arkansas, pasture, trees, ponds. Taken Aug. 9, 2017 Young Female Northern Cardinal? by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  6. ???

    Eastern Bluebird is probably right. It was in an area where a lot of them hang out. Just the angle of the shot, I guess, but the bill looked longer than a bluebird. Thank you!
  7. ???

    City Park in North Central Arkansas, pasture, tree lines, brush piles, pond. Taken Aug. 9, 2017 ??? by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  8. Northern Mockingbird?

    I thought Northern Mockingbird at first, but the black wing bars and throat threw me. City park, North Central Arkansas, taken Aug. 7, 2017 DSCN4250 by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  9. Young Bluebird?

    Thank you!
  10. Young Bluebird?

    City park, North Central Arkansas, open fields, forest, Aug. 5, 2017 Young Bluebird? by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  11. ID Help Please

    Thank you!
  12. ID Help Please

    I was at the end of my zoom to get this shot, and detail is not good, but it looked like a bird that I haven't seen before. City park in North Central Arkansas, pasture, forest and ponds Taken Aug. 4, 2017 ???? by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  13. Female Meadowlark?

    My apologies. Looks like a double post.
  14. Female Meadowlark?

    City park, North Central Arkansas, near a tree line and pond. Aug. 3, 2017 Female Meadowlark? by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  15. Bunting or Grosbeak?

    Thank you very much!
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