egosnell2002

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About egosnell2002

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    Watcher of Birds
  • Birthday 10/29/02

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    Ontario, Canada
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  1. Agreed.
  2. Back from my trip to NYC, not too many birds but still good, got lifer FICR and LOWA, so that's awesome. Other good bird were: RTLO (high count on eBird), LAGU (haven't seen one in years), my first YRWA OF the season, and a few others. Got my first Ontario watchers of the year today (PIWA and YRWA). I'm going to Pelee in two more weeks!!!!!!!!
  3. my trip has begun http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S36090212
  4. Went to my local patch, and got AMWO again. Ah well... Here's my patch: http://ebird.org/ebird/canada/hotspot/L3952029
  5. Not necessarily a good shot, but long overdue lifer #290 American Woodcock tonight!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! http://ebird.org/ebird/canada/view/checklist/S35998850 American Woodcock!!!!!! #290!!!! by ethan.gosnell2, on Flickr
  6. Got long overdue lifer #290 American Woodcock tonight!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! http://ebird.org/ebird/canada/view/checklist/S35998850 American Woodcock!!!!!! #290!!!! by ethan.gosnell2, on Flickr
  7. 1, 2, possibly 4: Pectoral Sandpiper 3: Greater Yellowlegs 5, and left bird in 7: Dunlin, molting into it's breeding plumage 6: Looks good for American Golden-plovers, but could be Black-bellied Plovers. possibly 8, 9: Lesser Yellowlegs
  8. Orange-crowned Warbler.
  9. Thanks psweet, the pictures aren't very good, I had much better looks at it through my bins. It was was in a flock of four buffleheads and I spent a few minutes comparing them. I'm confident in the ID.
  10. Albino or Leucistic Bufflehead? by ethan.gosnell2, on Flickr Albino or Leucistic Bufflehead? by ethan.gosnell2, on Flickr Not sure how to tell the difference, any help would be appreciated. Not sure if location helps, but Grey County, Ontario, Canada. Either way, my first self-found leucistic/albino bird!
  11. Agreed on everything, hard to tell for that Iceland gull though, cause the wing tips are covered up, but overall colour and relative size is good enough for me. That LT duck looks super weird sitting on the ground like that, never seen one out of the water or air!
  12. Agreed.
  13. Agreed.
  14. I agree with common loon, but the chin strap is throwing me off. I thought only Pacific's had it?