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  1. Bird song - Nova Scotia

    Thank you!
  2. Bird song - Nova Scotia

    Thank you!
  3. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzkFshn7lryCNTdjZlhRd1h1dVU Hi, can anyone help me identify this bird song? Recorded today in northern Nova Scotia Thank you!
  4. Two black birds

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  5. Two black birds

    1. https://www.flickr.com/photos/145486658@N06/28306894780/in/dateposted-public/ 2. https://www.flickr.com/photos/145486658@N06/28306907610/in/dateposted-public/ Taken in February in San Francisco, California Sorry for the bad quality
  6. Bird song ID

    What bird song is this? Taken today (May 10th) in southeast New York.
  7. Bird song IDs

    Yeah the second one is really hard to hear and you might need to turn the volume up. It was a rather high pitched whistle that stayed the same pitch throughout.
  8. Bird song IDs

    What birds are these? Taken in Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge (New York City), yesterday (April 18th).
  9. Swallow and bird call

    Could #2 be a House Sparrow?
  10. Would Common and Red-throated Loons still be in nonbreeding plumage in southeast New York during the second week of April?
  11. ID swallow or swift

    Looks like a Barn Swallow to me with the long tail.
  12. Some Dove?

  13. Sorry for the really bad photos, this doesn't really matter much to me anyways. Thanks anyways though!
  14. I saw this bird today (March 31st) in southeastern New York (near Long Island Sound). At first I thought it was a Mourning Dove, but I noticed the belly appeared to have rufous/brown on it, and the back was dark. It stood there for a few minutes while rotating its head around. I thought it might be a raptor but I'm not sure what it is. Sorry for the really bad photos (the iPhone was the only thing I had on me)
  15. Flycatcher maybe

    That looks like it could be a Blue-headed Vireo.