Viurre

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  1. Is there any way I can rule out Saw Whet Owl?
  2. Recorded In Huntingdon PA 9:30 PM, 4-16-17. There is a repeated sound of "something"; it was dark and I couldn't tell what, but it was loud enough to hear from what I sensed was at least a block away. Pardon the car driving by in the middle of the clip. Also there is about a minute where it stops after the car but then it starts up again, and it is possible that sound is clearer than the beginning. http://picosong.com/ijRh
  3. Sorry, seemed to have posted twice.
  4. Sunday, SW PA: Are these Bonaparte's Gulls?
  5. Sunday, SW PA: Are these Bonaparte's Gulls?
  6. SW PA, today: I know this picture isn't great...
  7. There was a long tail seen in the vicinity recently. No other shots, unfortunately.
  8. Well, I said "sort of" honked. I don't really know my bird sounds as well as I should, nor do I know other terminologies for sounds. It made a sound.
  9. SW PA, Today: 1. Type of duck? (the one the arrow is pointing at) 2. Tundra swan?
  10. I have seen hundreds of Canada Geese. This wasn't one. My first impression was migrating Sandhill Crane. The darkness of the wing is a photo artifact (if there can be one in such a bad photo). The bird wasn't really dark. Could have been a trumpeter swan? The neck was awfully long.
  11. SW PA, today: This bird was sort of honking as it flew over. It had a very very long neck, and my stupid camera wouldn't focus and I didn't have a chance for a second one. Is anyone good with shapes?
  12. Today, SW PA. Birds in front are coots, bird to the right a horned grebe, what is the circled bird?
  13. Accidentally hit the button again.
  14. Thanks.
  15. South Central PA, Today: What type of grebe? (these are three different birds from the group I saw)