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About egosnell2002

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  • Birthday 10/29/2002

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  1. raptors sparrows swifts & mammals

    On overall shape and flight posture I'd lean towards a sharpie as well.
  2. South Carolina Birds #4

    Second is an Eastern Phoebe, and last is a Forster's Tern
  3. Gulls - Long Island Sound

    Yes to all! You're obviously not too bad
  4. I'd say one is a red-necked stint, and number two I'm not quite sure. I feel like it shouldn't be too hard if I had a guide, fairly long yellow legs, distinct, thick streaking, white edgings on the greater coverts, and a bit of an eyeline. Looks a heck of a lot like our Pectoral!
  5. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    Am I guilty of promoting my new blog post here? Maybe... http://ethangosnell.blogspot.ca/2018/02/florida-day-1-circle-b-bar.html
  6. What is this Black Bird?

    A drawing would help a lot. A photograph is obviously optimal, but if you don't have that, then we can give it our best shot! A really detailed description can also help, but as the time of the sighting gets farther away, our observations become more muddled.
  7. Grey Bird with Black Face in Central Arizona

    I guess I'll blame it on my (nonexistent) lack of experience with this species, but for some reason I always read it as Albert's. Better to learn now than out in the field in front of someone!
  8. Common Goldeneye?

    Yep! Same as the bird in the background of the last pic too.
  9. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    Isn't he the guy that all of the commentators agreed shouldn't have won gold? I was watching that, and when they announced his score they were literally in silence for a few minutes. They said that they would have placed him 8th I think. Didn't look good on the judges, because there was 6 americans on the panel... EDIT: Hey, this is my birth-page-year!
  10. South TX: Ruby-throated Hummingbird?

    Agreed, looks fine as a nonbreeding male. Great photo!
  11. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    GO CANADA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We don't stand a chance in the summer olympics, so it's the only time we can really shine...
  12. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    I'm still waiting on page 2000...
  13. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    When I read this, I thought "oh no, I'm gonna be jinxed", but yesterday, I was successful! 4, beautiful birds in Canavaral. I'll post pics later. I'm back in Ontario now , shortest trip of my life! Nailed all my real targets except Red-cockaded Woodpecker and Bachman's Sparrow, argh! Well, not bad for 3 days anyways!
  14. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    You have returned
  15. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    Page 1999... Will I be 2000? Good luck! Some birds are very reliable in my experience, but others are very elusive. If it's a popular bird (lots are chasing) should be easy, cause lots of people will bait... Not to start a debate or anything...