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Alta

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    Female
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    Jacksonville Beach, FL
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    Duplicate Bridge, Kayaking, Walking and jogging, reading, taking pictures in nature, and catering to the desires of my Pomeranian dog, Tiffany.

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  1. Unknown Warbler

    I agree. They are everywhere. (OK, I am exaggerating. They are not on the beach.)
  2. Northern or Louisiana?

    My Northern recently didn't have more marking on throat than you would be able to see in these pictures. But I am not able to differentiate them well enough to offer an opinion.
  3. Thanks. I felt it was something I should know. Just glad it wasn't a Tufted Titmouse. Never though of that. Thanks again!
  4. Ponte Vedra today. Bird refused cooperate. Best I could do. 170922 pv 112cl by Alta Tanner, on Flickr 170922 pv 111cl by Alta Tanner, on Flickr 170922 pv 110cl by Alta Tanner, on Flickr
  5. Sparrow and Warbler

    Thanks, and nice explanation too. Those were my first choices, but am often wrong. Hadn't seen a Clay-colored before, and they are less expected, so am glad I was right. Thanks so much.
  6. Hanna Park, Jax, FL yesterday I am still fighting with photos from yesterday. Sparrows are back, so needless to say, I don't know for sure what it is. Could it be a Clay-colored? or a Chipping? 170920 hp 051c by Alta Tanner, on Flickr 170920 hp 050c by Alta Tanner, on Flickr 170920 hp 049c by Alta Tanner, on Flickr 170920 hp 046c by Alta Tanner, on Flickr and is this warbler a young Praire or a Pine or ....? 170920 hp 216c by Alta Tanner, on Flickr 170920 hp 212c by Alta Tanner, on Flickr
  7. Hanna Park, Jax, FL today Is this enough of the bird to call an ID? 170920 hp 091c by Alta Tanner, on Flickr 170920 hp 090c by Alta Tanner, on Flickr
  8. Pectoral Sandpiper?

    Thanks! Lifer.
  9. Little Talbot Island SP, NE FL this morning I think a Pectoral Sandpiper found me. Whenever I go looking for one I don't find it. 170919 lt 339c by Alta Tanner, on Flickr 170919 lt 317c by Alta Tanner, on Flickr 170919 lt 300cc by Alta Tanner, on Flickr
  10. Little Talbot Island SP, NE FL this morning There were ~100 Barn Swallows. People have been reporting Cliff Swallows around here. No chance the first two are actually Cliff Swallows and not just more Barn Swallows? 170919 lt 032c by Alta Tanner, on Flickr 170919 lt 024c by Alta Tanner, on Flickr Barn Swallows 170919 lt 160c by Alta Tanner, on Flickr 170919 lt 150c by Alta Tanner, on Flickr 170919 lt 140cc by Alta Tanner, on Flickr
  11. golden-plover sp.

    I am so glad you posted pictures of them. We only have Black-bellied and not Golden, but periodically someone will say they might have seen a Golden. I now can see how much different the two species really are. The general shape is more different than I realized. Thanks for the pictures of real birds!
  12. What little bird?

    Fantastic photo!
  13. Shorebirds

    The first two pictures have at least one Least in them also. I am not fond of any of them for Sanderlings.
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