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    2 warblers and a finch?

    Hello, Robert Nelson, I agree on all three. It’s amazing on the House finchs seed cracking beaks.
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    Bendire's or curved bill Thrasher

    Hello, skoenlaper, you have the comparable of the Bendires thrasher and the Curve-bill thrasher being the Bendires straighter bill but still curved. The color of eyes on the Curve-bill eyes are a pale orange whereas the Bendire’s are usually yellow. My info came from Peterson Field Guide on page 272.
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    Confirm Cerulean

    Hello,hbvol, great find! Confirmed.
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    Help ID sea bird in Chile

    Hello, Jerry, Welcome to Whatbird, I agree as well on an American Oystercatcher. Beautiful water with the Oystercatchers!
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    confirm cassins finch?

    Hello, dklucius, I agree as well. The breast looks like it’s a paler red than a Purple Finch.
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    Little Blue Bird

    Hello, MeInDallas, I’m sure you’ve been welcomed to Whatbird so I do so as well, Welcome to Whatbird! The Indigo Bunting you are feeding is a very beautiful bird. Congrat’s!
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    Teal colored bird Texas 78070 on 4/21/2018

    Hello, TexasCobra, I went through both Painted Bunting and the Indigo Bunting and it seems like the Indigo Bunting bird. I know there are some members have a lot of bird expertise but I’m not apposed to more of an expertise answer.
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    Ducks w/wings white underneath & brown on top

    Hello, TexasCobra, I know the broad duck species with the general info. the site that has helped me has been Merlin. There’s no cost to you. I find them to be very informative and they also help if you have a picture. Check it out.
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    Indigo Bunting?

    Hello, geobird, Wellcome to Whatbird, I agree with female Blue Grosebeak. I had time to look it up. Sorry it took so long.
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    Bendire's or curved bill Thrasher

    Hello, skoenlaper, Welcome to Whatbird! I agree with the Bendire’s thrasher. I refereed to the Peterson Field Guides. I bought others as well to refer to so I wouldn’t make embarrassing mistakes.
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    Which flycatcher??

    My fellow Whatbirds, I appreciate your feedback because I label them as they are id’d. Thanks for replying back.
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    Hummingbird help

    Hello, pinelaker, At first I thought the hummingbird was a Rufus but looking through my books on hummingbirds I could see it was a female Anna’s. It was the metallic green above (which a lot do have) but has a grayish/tiny amount of buff color. I didn’t see any reddish spotting on the throat. I did see over the eye a pale line.
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    Hawk 9 Identification please

    Hello, reupurtbones, your picture really helped.I agree with an adult Cooper’s hawk. It’s in the Accititers family. The Sharp-shinned hawk is as well. The Cooper’s hawk has a larger head and a longer,rounded tail compared to the Sharp-shinned hawk. They both hunt in a variety of woodlands. The Cooper’s hawk will also perch on telephone poles whereas the Sharpie doesn’t.
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    Hawk 8 Identification please

    Hello,reupurtbones, Welcome to Whatbird! I agree with Red-trail hawk. The way the sun is glareing on the side and on the side of the breast and no head shots I’m relying on the back shoulder of the wings. It is showing the wings being broad and somewhat rounded. It has a short rufous tail.
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    Hawk 6 Identification please

    Hello,reupurtbones, Welcome to Whatbird! I agree with the physical attributes for the SY Cooper’s hawk. I found interesting is the fact they are among the bird world’s most skillful fliers. They are common woodland hawks that tear through cluttered tree canopies in high speed pursuit of other birds. It hunts by stealth. I found the info. Through, wwwaudubon.org. and www.allaboutbirds.org. However, if you already know all about their habits of skillful hunting and their territories.
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