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  1. North Dakota

    April is a good time for shorebird migration around there so any flooded farm fields are worth scanning for (Avocets, Plovers, Sandpipers, Ibis)
  2. Terrible "warbler" picture

    This might be a stretch, but the under tail pattern makes me think Yellow-rumped Warbler. I would be curious to see what other people think.
  3. Ohio barn bird

    Agree with American Kestrel, looks like a male to me
  4. Duck I.D. requested.

    The slight peak on the back of the head and lack of iridescent feathers makes me think Lesser Scaup
  5. Big Bear, Ca, Dec 17'...set 2

    Pic 1 = Hairy Pic 2 = Hairy Pic 3 = Pass Pic 4 = Ruby Crowned Kinglet Pic 5 = Red-breasted Nuthatch
  6. Tiny Bird in Pennsylvania

    Maybe a kinglet of some sort. They would likely be around in October and hang out in mixed flocks with chickadees. They also are a solid color and the ruby crowned has a bright eye ring.
  7. Tropical Duck??

    I would say domesticated Muscovy Duck
  8. Alphabet Bird Game!

    Zapata Sparrow
  9. Not Much to Go On

    Maybe Lapland Longspur? I've seen them around there before, and they're bigger than a sparrow, and have a rusty brown non-breeding plumage.
  10. white collared seedeater and Myrtle yellow rump

    1. I'm not an expert in Mexican birds, but I don't believe that is a female White-collared Seedeater, because it lacks wing bars. 2. I could go either way. I'm not sure if it's just the lighting, but it looks better for Audubon's to me.
  11. Cooper's Hawk?

    Looks like a Cooper's Hawk to me
  12. Poor Warbler photos

    I agree with Blackpoll
  13. Which sparrow? And confirmations

    All look like Common Yellowthroats to me and I'll pass on the sparrow (my best guess is Clay-colored, but I'm not certain)
  14. It's definitely an accipiter (Cooper's Hawk or Sharp-shinned Hawk) not a Broad-winged Hawk
  15. I'm leaning towards Cooper's Hawk because of the larger head