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  1. Yep, I went and looked and they are no longer showing. Oh well. I will just start using imgur.
  2. This insect was seen at Whirlpool State Park in Niagara Falls, NY on 12 Aug 2017.
  3. I was unaware of that so I guess it is time to start using another service.
  4. I am not really sure if you can even upload an audio file directly to this site. In any event, the storage space here is incredibly small and you will eventually have to use a photo sharing site for you pictures. Flickr, imgur and photobucket are all popular here.
  5. Brown bird?

    Welcome to Whatbird! That is a juvenile European Starling, one of the most asked about birds on this site.
  6. There are some Warblers that have green in them and depending on the lighting and the reflections being thrown from leaves in the area, the bird could have looked much brighter than it actually was. Unfortunately it is going to be very difficult to nail down an id on a 25+ year old siting without a picture.
  7. What type of bird is this

    Yes, this is not their normal range but some populations have escaped from captivity and have established populations in the northern US and Great Lakes areas.
  8. What type of bird is this

    Welcome to Whatbird! They look like Mute Swans.
  9. Gull with black back and crown - Ottawa

    That is not a gull. It is a Black-crowned Night-Heron.
  10. What is this bird

    Welcome to Whatbird! That is a Northern Cardinal. Either female or juvenile male, I am not 100% sure.
  11. Bank Swallow or Northern Rough-Winged

    Welcome to Whatbird! Sorry, bu the pictures did not attach.
  12. Looks like a juvenile Eastern Bluebird to me.
  13. Welcome to Whatbird! Sorry, but your pic did not seem to attach.
  14. description only - upstate new york

    That sounds like a juvenile European Starling.
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