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  1. House Finch House Finch by Johnny, on Flickr
  2. Red-bellied Woodpecker Red-bellied Woodpecker by Johnny, on Flickr
  3. Thank you IvoryBillHope, Psweet & Akiley for the detailed explanation!
  4. Please let me know which Waterthrush? I'm guessing Northern. Today. Long Island, NY. Thank you! Northern Waterthush by Johnny-for ID Purposes, on Flickr Northern Waterthush by Johnny-for ID Purposes, on Flickr Is this a normal looking breeding Palm Warbler? Palm Warbler by Johnny-for ID Purposes, on Flickr
  5. Osprey with what Fish?

    Thanks Psweet & Dred! When I first saw him with the whole fish I thought of a Snapper but it didn't look to fit one so the only other option I could guess was Koi (Goldfish). I've done a little research and it appears that we don't usually get Snapper in the North Shore of the Sound until around August. In another thread, Pictaker (Rich) also thought it was a Koi & also mentioned that they aren't found in these waters this time of year.
  6. Osprey with what Fish?

    Thank you Dred, Wayne & The Bird Nuts for confirmation! @The Bird Nuts I believe you're correct!
  7. Osprey with what Fish?

    Is it possible to ID this Fish the Osprey had caught? Only fish I can think of that's Orange would be a Goldfish. Sunday. Little Neck Bay, Long Island Sound, NY. Thank you! Osprey by Johnny, on Flickr
  8. Osprey - Long Island Sound, NY Can you guys help me ID the fish this Osprey has caught? It was all Orange & about 1 1/2' long before being half eaten. Goldfish??? Thank you! Osprey by Johnny, on Flickr Osprey by Johnny, on Flickr
  9. Golden-crowned Kinglet Golden-crowned Kinglet by Johnny, on Flickr
  10. Cooper's Hawk?

    Thanks Bird Nuts. Something about it didn't seem right for a COHA which is why I asked.
  11. Would this be a Cooper's Hawk? Seen today. Long Island, NY. Thank you! BOP TBID by Johnny-for ID Purposes, on Flickr BOP TBID by Johnny-for ID Purposes, on Flickr BOP TBID by Johnny-for ID Purposes, on Flickr
  12. American Robin American Robin by Johnny, on Flickr
  13. Northern Mockingbird - Just a common bird but best picture I've been able to take for some time Northern Mockingbird by Johnny, on Flickr
  14. Peregrine Falcon Peregrine Falcon by Johnny-for ID Purposes, on Flickr
  15. Hi Mark. Not a silly question. I see you already have a Flickr account. So, here are a few steps to follow: 1. While on Flickr, click on the image you want to post 2. When the single image appears, look just below it to the bottom right of the image for the "ARROW" symbol (Share Photo) 3. Click on the "ARROW" symbol and a new window opens called: Share 1 Photo to: 4. Click on BBCode 5. Select the size of the image from the lowest drop down window. For example: Medium 800 x 550 6. Then right click and then copy the already highlighted code that appears in the box above image size 7. Lastly, paste the above code into the body of your Whatbird post.
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