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    : Augusta, GA
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  1. Confirming Eastern-Wood Pewee

    Now you have made me doubt myself. I think the white wing-bars and smokey vest say Eastern Wood-Pewee. If I have blown it, hopefully someone will come along and pick up the pieces.
  2. ID requested (maybe a Warbler?)

    Agreed. The all dark bill is a good mark.
  3. Confirming Eastern-Wood Pewee

    You got it.
  4. Need Help with Hawk

    Definitely a Red-tailed.
  5. Welcome to Whatbird. I can't help with the ID. Let me put out a call to @Aveschapines, who may have some insights. Also you might try posting it to a different thread--Help Me Identify a European Bird or other World Birds--which is aimed at world birds including birds from South America. Link: https://www.whatbird.com/forum/index.php?/forum/4530-help-me-identify-a-european-bird-or-other-world-bird/
  6. Welcome to Whatbird. It looks like a Pelagic Cormorant. Wait for further confirmation, though, as I don't have experience with west coast birds.
  7. Maybe pine warbler in NJ

    Yes to Palm, and very nice shot.
  8. Today, Phinizy Swamp, Augusta, GA
  9. Yellow-throated Vireo?

    Sweet! Lifer too! Thank you!
  10. Today Augusta, GA. I first thought Pine Warbler but now I can't make that fit, so I'm hoping...
  11. Three word game

    in Aspen where
  12. Green-winged Teal?

    Thanks! It looks like a Green-winged Teal to me but I have never seen one. So the question is, could it be anything else? The green patch looked greener in the field than in the grubby, blurry, early light, very distant photos. We get a few Green-winged in the area but it is perhaps a bit early. It would be a lifer.
  13. Found Injured (Now Deceased) Bird

    Agreed...looks like a Yellow-billed Cuckoo. Welcome to Whatbird.
  14. wigeon plus one

    Not at all. I just replied to your post "gulls Courtney BC" with an explanation. All's well.
  15. gulls Courtney BC

    As new posts come in, older posts move down the page and eventually to the second or third page where they are soon forgotten. If someone replies to a post, it is moved back to the top where it is more visible. Occasionally a helpful member will come along and "bump" a post back to the top to give it some attention. Or the original poster can do that as well. I wish I could help with your gull but some birds require special skills--skills that I don't have.
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