IvoryBillHope

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About IvoryBillHope

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    North Carolina Teen Birder
  • Birthday 01/02/99

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  • Location
    Wake County, North Carolina
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    Birding, frisbee golf, golf, hockey, drawing, trees, lacrosse!

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  1. Haven't planned to, but who knows who I'll run into!
  2. Flying to Arizona in the morning for a week and a half of birding!
  3. 2nd looks like an Eastern Wood-Pewee.
  4. I'd go with young Chipping.
  5. Haven't been on too much (lacrosse season, AP exams, etc.). Had the first free morning for birding in quite some time today. Went to my local patch and got 14 yearbirds, including 10 warblers! (Hooded, Black and White, Blackpoll, Prairie, Yellow, Chestnut-sided, Redstart, Yellowthroat, Parula, N. Waterthrush)
  6. Agree with Forster's for #2.
  7. As Astro stated, the Boat-taileds in Louisiana and other Gulf states have dark eyes, as opposed to the yellow eyes that birds on the Atlantic coast have.
  8. This is a Boat-tailed Grackle, that tail eliminates any crow.
  9. Yep, that striped wing pattern is distinctive.
  10. Agreed, all gulls.
  11. Nice addition to the yardlist!
  12. Agree with towhee.
  13. Appear to be Bushtits.
  14. Just looked it up and Common Pochard is CPOC, and Common Potoo is CPOT.