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  1. Ebird Unusual Checklists/Hotspots

    Many good birders are notorious for captioning birds, especially uncommon ones, with random letters or other characters which I can only assume are some sort of code only the elite know of. I'm currently working on cracking these codes, one of which seems to be consistently used by Ned Brinkley
  2. Share your best photo of the day!

    Another one from NJ, this time from Lord Stirling Park. This photo was taken at a farm while my cousin was horse riding. The birding never stops.
  3. Share your best photo of the day!

    These guys were so tame Taken at the Raptor Trust, NJ
  4. Share your best photo of the day!

    Always a pleasure to have these guys back in the yard
  5. Sparrow With A "DO"

    It is true that many birds will raise their crest in alarm, so the crest is sometimes not a reliable field mark. However, with that face pattern and fine side streaking this is indeed a Lincolns
  6. Northern Goshawk?

    I'd agree with Goshawk, with those bulging secondaries, relatively small head and overall bulky appearance
  7. Please Confirm Hawk ~ Thank you!

    Yes, I'm another for Cooper's Hawk
  8. Vireo and Pectoral/Baird's Sandpipers

    I don't think the Vireo could be identified from that photo alone, Cassins and BH can show lots of overlap. All the Sandpipers look like pectorals, except the pale one in the back in the last couple photos. I'm not very confident, but based on that pale color I'd lean semipalmated.
  9. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    Yesterday at 6:12 AM
  10. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    Wow, we have so much in common! You should ask @Melierax for an invite, I think she's the only one who can do it. We'd love to have you in the chat!
  11. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    They seem like awesome birds! I think you might be able to see them in SE Minnesota if you check ebird and the local listserv for them. Do you know what discord is? Lots of birders on here are in a group chat on discord, it's really fun! Would you like an invite to the chat?
  12. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    Hey Matt! Welcome to whatbird! I'm a 14 year old young birder from Northern VA. How old are you? Wow, I don't know any young birders from Minnesota. All I really know about that place is the Sax-zim Bog, which looks like an awesome place to bird! Anyway, I hope you enjoy the forum!
  13. TERNS!!!

    1. Forster's 2. Royal 3. Common 4. Looks like Sandwich 5. Sandwich 6. Least 7. Least
  14. You might be a birder...

    You might be a birder if you plan family vacations strategically based on what birds are there at a given time of year (for example I "just happen" to be visiting my cousins in somerset, NJ, in January which is when lots of rarities frequently turn up there )
  15. I got chat easily back in June, now I'm starting to see them everywhere But the Vireo.... don't even get me started on that. 100% my worst nemesis. Other birds I really should have by now but am missing are: Yellow-throated Vireo Yellow-throated Warbler Veery Seaside Sparrow Marsh Wren Least Bittern White-rumped Sandpiper Marbled Godwit Birds that I missed last winter, but will be big targets for the coming winter: Redhead White-winged Scoter Fox Sparrow Common Goldeneye Ross's Goose