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  1. The Bird Nuts

    Sparrow size bird? - Western Mass

    It's an Indigo Bunting.
  2. The Bird Nuts

    Three birds for ID help, please

    1. Young Eastern Phoebe 2. Eastern Kingbird 3-4. Bay-breasted Warbler, I think
  3. The Bird Nuts

    Help with ID please

    Yellow-rumped Warbler.
  4. The Bird Nuts

    Need Sparrow Help

    Field Sparrow is correct.
  5. The Bird Nuts

    Is this a Grosbeak? (S.Padre, TX May 4, 2018)

    I agree with Indigo Bunting. Grosbeaks have larger beaks.
  6. The Bird Nuts

    Identifying birds by song?

    Haha, glad I could help!
  7. The Bird Nuts

    South TX birds need id help, please.

    Then it is most likely an Eastern Wood-Pewee (and the appearance supports that as akiley mentioned).
  8. The Bird Nuts

    Sparrow help (ugh)

    White-throated Sparrow.
  9. The Bird Nuts

    Identifying birds by song?

    Welcome to the forum! That is the wonderful song of the White-throated Sparrow! And, by the way, links are the way to go on this forum - there is not much storage space here.
  10. The Bird Nuts

    South TX birds need id help, please.

    Welcome to Whatbird! You have (from left to right): Black-throated Green Warbler, Orchard Oriole, Eastern Kingbird, and a Wood-Pewee species (a more specific location may help to determine which species).
  11. The Bird Nuts

    Ducks, Catskill Mountains

    Just as dog breeds vary greatly, duck breeds also vary in size, color, color pattern, and even feather shapes.
  12. The Bird Nuts

    Warbler Species?

    Magnolia Warbler.
  13. The Bird Nuts

    2 birds I can't identify

    Yes, Veery and Northern Mockingbird. EDIT: Welcome to the forum!
  14. The Bird Nuts

    Help with shorebirds

    The large bird in the first photo is not a Willet, it looks like a Greater Yellowlegs and the smaller bird beside it looks like a Lesser Yellowlegs. The bird in the second photo is a Yellowlegs and I'm thinking Greater. The birds in the last photo look like a Lesser Yellowlegs and a Least Sandpiper.