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Old Thursday 10th May 2012, 21:42   #1
AlainaLee
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Unk Birds - Sask Canada

1 i think is a sparrow of some sort.. no clue..
2 - could it be a house sparrow female?
3 - i know the big one is a cormorant, im wondering of the smaller ones.. yellowlegs? willets??
4 - i think its a yellow rumped warbler?
and 5 - could it be a catbird?? shooting into the sun, made it a bit difficult..

thanks for any help you could provide!!
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Old Thursday 10th May 2012, 23:22   #2
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My impressions:
#1 & 2 - Vesper Sparrow
#3 - Double-crested Cormorant with Lesser Yellowlegs
#4 - Yellow-rumped Warbler
#5 - Tricky lighting -- perhaps a Brewer's Blackbird female
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My impressions:
#1 & 2 - Vesper Sparrow
#3 - Double-crested Cormorant with Lesser Yellowlegs
#4 - Yellow-rumped Warbler
#5 - Tricky lighting -- perhaps a Brewer's Blackbird female
I agree with 1-4, don't know about the 5th.
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Old Friday 11th May 2012, 00:02   #4
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YAY im glad i got the warbler right... thanks for the confirmation!
there were brewers blackbirds around, and they appeared smaller then this one.. and the lack of a yellow eye means female then?
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Old Friday 11th May 2012, 01:18   #5
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the lack of a yellow eye means female then?
Yes.

I agree with Parula6.
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