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Robert Nelson

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  1. Yellow Bird

    North Central Arkansas, taken Sept. 5, 2017 ???? by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  2. Red-bellied Woodpecker?

    Here's a shot of the underside ... DSCN9571 by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  3. Same Warbler?

    Thank you! That's what I was hoping!
  4. Same Warbler?

    I posted a shot from earlier this morning of what was identified as a Yellow-rumped Warbler, but it was only a shot from the back. I went back this afternoon and got these shots. Same bird? City park, North Central Arkansas, taken Oct. 19, 2013 DSCN9551 by Robert Nelson, on Flickr DSCN9546 by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  5. Red-bellied Woodpecker?

    I guess a Red-Bellied Woodpecker, but what's with the yellow? North Central Arkansas city park, taken Oct. 19, 2017 DSCN9570 by Robert Nelson, on Flickr RSCN9574 by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  6. Enough to ID?

    Thank you, very much!
  7. Enough to ID?

    Only got one shot of this one, but I hope it's enough to ID. City park, North Central Arkansas, Oct. 19,, 2017 DSCN9406 by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  8. ?? Sparrow

    Thank you!
  9. ?? Sparrow

    City park setting, North Central Arkansas. Large, open areas with scattered tree groves. Taken Oct. 18, 2017 RSCN9358 by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  10. Flying over an open field between creekside woods and pastureland woods. It was a long way off before I got it in the viewfinder. Fred Berry Conservation Education Area, North Central Arkansas, Oct. 14, 2017 RSCN8648 by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  11. Bluebird and ??

    Thank you both!
  12. Bluebird and ??

    I thought the photo would be of two bluebirds, but later, I saw one I didn't know. North Central Arkansas, near a lake and heavy forest. Taken Oct. 11, 2017 DSCN7864 by Robert Nelson, on Flickr DSCN7866 by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  13. Northern Flicker Confusion

    Thank you, very much, for the explanation! I saw a picture on a photo website that showed a "Yellow Northern Flicker", and I had never seen the color included in the species name. Now I understand.
  14. Northern Flicker Confusion

    My field guide lists Northern Flicker, and then "yellow-shafted" and "red-shafted". They are not separate species are they? There's just "Northern Flicker"? DSCN7368 by Robert Nelson, on Flickr
  15. Little Gray Bird

    Thank you!
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