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  1. I only got a few shots of this bird at quite a distance, and can't come to an ID myself. I'm thinking an immature mourning warbler? Any feedback will be much appreciated. Edit: Seen near a stream in Mid Missouri, 4-15-17.
  2. Thanks!
  3. I only managed to get these two poor quality pictures. I'm thinking a Nashville warbler, but a friend suggested it could be a female/immature mourning warbler, so I'm coming to the folks at Whatbird for help. Seen in Mid-Missouri on 4-10-17.
  4. I heard this 3 times, each about 2 seconds long. Winter wren is far more likely, but it bothered me that the song was only about 2 seconds long vs. a winter wren's much longer song. I guess individuals can vary quite a bit though.
  5. I was recording the song of a Louisiana waterthrush, which can be heard at the end of this recording, and noticed a house wren like song (from 2 to 3 seconds in the recording). Sorry for the poor audio, I didn't expect to hear this. Let me know if this is something else and I'm just having a brain fart. Thanks Maybe House Wren.mp3
  6. Thanks for the feedback everyone.
  7. Saw this in Missouri, 3/20/2017. The scale isn't obvious, but it was about the same size as the Canada geese nearby. I'm wondering if it's a mallard hybrid of some sort, but it was definitely much larger than a mallard. Any ideas?
  8. I've yet to see a Bewick's wren, so I don't have any experience differentiating the two. The bird in this photo had a very unique song (nothing at all like a Carolina wren). I played a Bewick's song and it perched up above me (like a territory defense). Any help on a confirmation would be great. Seen in mid-Missouri this June.
  9. That makes sense, I've seen a male Wood Duck at this location already this spring. Thanks for the ID!
  10. Here are two pictures of a group of ducks seen at a lake in central Missouri, June 17th, 2016. I'm terrible with waterfowl, and these images are terrible, but can anyone ID these?
  11. I saw this bird today and assumed it was a female rose-breasted grosbeak. Not being sure, I checked E-bird and it was flagged as rare (migrated by now). Any ideas on this one? Spotted in southeast Missouri, 5/22/16.