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Brad Willis

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  1. Horned Grebe Confirmation

    Thanks!
  2. I'm pretty confident this is a horned grebe, but I don't see enough of them to know 100%. Central Ohio 11/20 https://www.flickr.com/gp/147833620@N04/Bo481o
  3. Advanced First Cycle Ring-billed?

    Awesome, thanks!
  4. I am not good at winter / non adult gull plumage. Are these first cycle ring-billed? Taken Central Ohio 11-19 https://www.flickr.com/gp/147833620@N04/52x346
  5. ?? Sparrow

    I agree with Savannah Sparrow
  6. Green-winged Teal?

    Sorry for the low quality, tight crop. Does this look good for a green-winged teal next to the shoveler? Central Ohio today https://www.flickr.com/gp/147833620@N04/TKuZh3
  7. Handful of Sparrows

    The first one looks like a savannah sparrow? Maybe someone else can confirm. The rest are all song sparrows.
  8. I agree with the RB Grosbeak and the indigo bunting. Can't comment on #2 having never heard of a grassquit, but just googling pictures of it does look like a match.
  9. Sparrow ID

    Awesome, thanks! I thought a couple of those song sparrows looked kind of odd, I wasn't aware multiple subspecies looked that variable.
  10. Sparrow ID

    I could use some feedback on these sparrows. I've got numbers 1-4 as swamp sparrows? and the last 3 as songs. Central Ohio, today https://www.flickr.com/gp/147833620@N04/FiF255
  11. ID in Virginia, Please

    I didn't know female house sparrows had such sensitive feelings!
  12. Trumpeters?

    Great info, thanks! The mutes are pretty aggressive, suppressing the native swans and there are measures being taken to keep the mute swan populations in check. Looks like it is working
  13. Trumpeters?

    Awesome, thanks!
  14. ? Vesper sparrow

    Kinda looks like a hint of yellow behind the beak, indicating a Savannah Sparrow? Not sure but looks like a Savannah to me.
  15. ID in Virginia, Please

    This is a female house sparrow. A very drab and plain bird.
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