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The Pumaman

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About The Pumaman

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    I like trains.
  • Birthday 09/15/1999

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  1. Warbler?

    Showed this to a friend of mine who agreed with Yellow-rumped and saw a bunch of these when he was in SF last year, as "they get stained and messy from the nectar of the flowering Eucalyptus trees."
  2. Ebird Unusual Checklists/Hotspots

  3. Of warblers and vireos

    All are Pine Warblers except the second photo, which is indeed a Blue-headed Vireo. Some game tonight too huh?
  4. ?? Sparrow

    Clay-colored does not have the eyeline of the bird shown here - their lores are pale, while a Chipping's eyeline goes through the eye and causes the lores to be dark like this bird.
  5. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    How could I not?
  6. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    I say the same about apostrophes used before a pluralizing s.
  7. 1. Indeed it is - nice bird! (I would ask for location but I don't want to disturb it so I won't.) 2. I too would go with Cooper's 3-4. Pine Warblers
  8. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    The shearwater show is best in late summer and the past few days have been nothing short of spectacular; activity has apparently gone down significantly now that Jose has moved on but consider the fact that 1000 Great Shearwaters is considered a slow day...
  9. South TX: Orioles

    1 appears to be an Orchard and the last two are Hooded.
  10. Another Warbler ID please

    That looks better for a Cape May Warbler - which in the northeast is a tougher bird to find than Pine Warbler.
  11. Small Bird

    Looks like a Warbling Vireo.
  12. Is this a Lesser Goldfinch?

    Yes, American Goldfinch.
  13. Agree with darknight about the bill size. Another factor is date - I don't think you should be seeing big flocks of shovelers in Tennessee at the start of September, but Blue-winged Teals should already be on the move and in the area by now.