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  1. I'd say the second photo is of a Greater Yellowlegs, with that long bill with a pale base.
  2. Added American Oystercatcher and Merlin today from Staten Island.
  3. Added Black Vulture from the Binghamton University Nature Preserve yesterday.
  4. Agree that it's better left unidentified. Size won't be diagnostic ever for the two, and that bird's head looks like it could go either way. Lesser scaup on the left for sure though.
  5. The second is a Winter Wren. The first almost sounds like a Spring Peeper (frog), but I'm not sure.
  6. Northern Rough-winged Swallow
  7. I believe the first is an Olympic (Glaucous-winged x Western hybrid), and the back bird in photo 2 is as well. Not sure about the front bird, but I suspect it is the same.
  8. Common Grackle
  9. Looks okay for some sort of mix of Mallard and American Black Duck.
  10. Point Lookout, Nassau County, February 19: Common Eider Harlequin Duck Razorbill Northern Gannet Jones Beach State Park, Nassau County, February 19: Killdeer Oak Beach, Suffolk County, February 19: Cedar Waxwing Binghamton, Broome County, February 25: Fish Crow Oswego Harbor, Oswego County, February 25: Clark's Grebe White-winged Scoter Oswego, Oswego County, February 25: Iceland Gull Binghamton University Nature Preserve, Broome County, February 27: Eastern Screech-Owl
  11. Added red-necked grebe from Central Park, 2/18
  12. Agreed. 3 are Vesper Sparrows.
  13. Agree with redhead and mallard, given the white on the tail, for one thing.
  14. Added Bonaparte's Gull today from Gravesend Bay, Brooklyn.
  15. I added Evening Grosbeak, Barred Owl, and Gray Jay from Tupper Lake and Sabattis Circle Road today. Unfortunately, the Ross's Gull was not seen by anyone.