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  1. I've been visiting upstate N.Y. (The Monticello/Swan Lake/Liberty area since April, and until this weekend, have seen tons of Canada Geese. This weekend, I hardly saw any. I didn't see any Friday or Saturday and thought they had all gone, but then I heard some this morning and later in the day saw a flock flying. Although is is still technically summer, the weather turns colder must faster up in the mountains which makes an early migration feasible. Where have they all gone and why has this one flock remained? Will some Canada Geese stay for the winter, or are these just late to leave the party?
  2. Please Identify

    Thanks for the quick replies. I was excited as I spotted these, as I know I hadn't see them before. They weren't at all human or noise shy. The photo isn't zoomed too much - I got pretty close on my boat with my loud outboard motor.
  3. Please Identify

    Taken this morning in Monticello, N.Y.
  4. Two IDs needed

    Thanks for the replies. This Gull is a new ID for me. I forgot to initially quote. Sorry for the double-post.
  5. Two IDs needed

    Thanks for the replies. This Gull is a new ID for me.
  6. Two IDs needed

    Taken this morning in East Hampton, N.Y. I think the one on the left is a Ring-Billed Gull and have no idea what the one on the right is. Hope I can get an ID from this enlarged, zoomed pic.
  7. Please identify

    Thanks
  8. Please identify

    Taken this afternoon in East Hampton N.Y.
  9. Please confirm my IDs

    Cool - I was hoping the first would be a different kind of Gull. I just got my 27th ID. Thanks for the quick reply!
  10. Taken this morning in East Hampton N.Y. I think the first bird is a Ring-billed Gull and the next two are House Sparrows. Please confirm or correct.
  11. Please identify

    Thanks
  12. Please identify

    Taken this afternoon in East Hampton N.Y.
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    Thanks
  14. Please identify

    Taken this morning in East Hampton N.Y.
  15. Please Identify

    Thanks as always for the quick replies. I had already spotted this type in a Florida Wetlands Nature Preserve. I use it as my avatar picture. It's cool to find the same species in my home state, in a natural environment. The one that I saw in Florida had a red beak. I'm guessing that one was male and the one I spotted was female.
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