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Mila

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  1. White-eyed Vireo?

    I agree, a White-eyed Vireo
  2. Thanks @psweet! I appreciate your help
  3. Hi! I think this might be a Lesser Nighthawk but I would like to know what you think. The picture was taken today in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. Thank you!
  4. Please confirm Dusky Flycatcher

    Thanks for the clarification @psweet I guess my post wasn't very clear What I meant was that Flycatchers are usually hard to tell apart without listening to vocalizations, as was suggested in that thread... Hopefully the OP had the chance to listen to it, so it can help with the ID.... Plus, I learned something new
  5. Please confirm Dusky Flycatcher

    Hi @Wheeler! I found this post I wrote last month about a Dusky-capped flycatcher. This was my first time seeing this bird so I don't feel confident to comment on yours, but maybe it can help you: Hope this helps, and maybe someone else will see your post and chime in.
  6. Please confirm Dusky Flycatcher

    Really nice pictures! Hope someone can confirm it soon
  7. orioles and ?

    Yes, the oriole on the right is definitely an Orchard Oriole. Good to see other N. Rough-winged swallows, the ones we have here are Ridgway's and they look somewhat different...
  8. I would like your help to confirm that all of these are Yellow-rumped warblers... They were seen in Campeche, Mexico, earlier this month. Thanks in advance!
  9. Thank you both so much for your help!
  10. I would appreciate your help to ID this oriole. It was seen earlier this month in Campeche, Mexico. Thanks!
  11. Help with an Oriole

    Thanks @Clip! Yes, I think it could be a Hooded Oriole... hopefully someone else can confirm it. I appreciate your help
  12. Indigo Bunting

    Thanks, I hadn't seen the tags and I use them regularly!
  13. Indigo Bunting

    Could you please mention your location? It helps with the ID...
  14. Hi! I saw these birds a few days ago in Campeche, Mexico. I think the first one is a Brown-crested flycatcher, the second one is a Ruddy Ground-Dove and the third one is a Warbler, but I don't know which one... Maybe a Magnolia Warbler? Any help will be greatly appreciated!!
  15. Good for LEGO?

    I think this could be a Lesser Goldfinch, but I am not sure. I am bumping your post to see if someone else can confirm the ID.
  16. Thank you so much @Nighthawk01! I was unsure about the flycatcher and the ruddy ground-doves always make me doubt... One last thing: According to Ebird (https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Cape_May_Warbler/maps-range), Cape May Warblers are found on the eastern side of the Yucatan Peninsula and not on the western side, which is where I saw it... Could it be migrating?
  17. Thank you @HamRHead, this is a new lifer for me! I appreciate the info to tell it apart from the Magnolia Warbler
  18. Thanks @psweet, I'll report it as a cormorant sp then.
  19. Hi! I need your help to ID these birds... All of them -except for the Cormorant- would be lifers, so I hope I have got them right. The pictures were taken yesterday in Celestun, Yucatan, Mexico. Thank you all very much!! 1. White Ibis 2. Neotropic Cormorant 3. Yellow-throated Vireo 4. Northern Waterthrush 5. Common Black Hawk
  20. Thank you so much for your help! I was particularly unsure about the Black Hawk
  21. Yes, all but the last one are Great-tailed grackles.
  22. Thank you @guy_incognito! Yes, the length of the bill is what makes it easier for me to tell them apart... I appreciate your help!
  23. I hope this time I've got it right. I believe the first two pictures show a Yucatan Woodpecker and pictures 3 and 4 a Golden-fronted Woodpecker. Both of them were seen in Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Thank you!!
  24. Rare bird for my area!

    Well, I report the birds I see though the Cornell app (eBird). You need to open an account and you can report your sightings either through the app or from the webpage: https://ebird.org/home. If you need help with that, let me know and I will try to help you out
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