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  1. Tufted Titmouse.
  2. What? I don't get it.
  3. Okay, I didn't know about this since I'm not on Facebook. I deleted my last post so no one bothers him.
  4. Canada Warblers also have white undertail coverts. And the back looks too green to me for a Canada. Female Hooded Warbler was the closest I could find. I hope you get to see it again!
  5. Ignore this....
  6. I don't think we can really tell from these photos. Jerry Liguori might be able to, though.
  7. The undertail coverts are bright yellow, so that rules out Yellow-breasted Chat.
  8. Hooded Warbler maybe? Guess we can't say what it is for sure..
  9. Well, it's the second set of birds that really reminds me of a goshawk, but that's because they're accipiters.
  10. The first one?! That's a black dot.
  11. Or.... Northern Goshawk! Who knows..
  12. Rough-legged in September? I don't think so. I'm thinking Red-tailed (thin barring on tail and a hint of a belly band), although its tail looks too long...
  13. Thanks @pannaking22!
  14. I agree!
  15. Gray Catbird is another possibility.