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Recent content by Hainan on the fly

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    ID help please, Michigan, *November 20

    Thanks! It was today. Any idea on age or sex?
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    ID help please, Michigan, *November 20

    Not great pictures I realize. Any ideas? Thanks, Brian
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    sparrow ID help, please. Northern Michigan

    Excellent! I see what you mean. Thanks!
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    sparrow ID help, please. Northern Michigan

    Not sure if both are good for Song Sparrow? Marking on the flanks and chest of second individual seemed a little light. Any insight appreciated. Thanks, Brian
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    Wren Michigan, ID help please

    Meaning the supercilium makes it Carolina over other similar wrens?
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    Wren Michigan, ID help please

    Thanks for the information! I'm in SW Michigan. Kalamazoo. My Merlin app is telling me CW is more common than MW. I feel like I did notice fairly buff breast but I'm not really sure. I appreciate you taking the time to help.... it really helps Brian
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    Wren Michigan, ID help please

    Sorry about the blurry phone pictures. I'm thinking my bird looks good for Carolina Wren. Anything else I should consider? Thanks, Brian
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    Unknown hawk, Michigan

    Thanks so much! Really appreciate your insights!
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    Unknown hawk, Michigan

    Thanks! I was looking at the tail pattern in Cooper's and sharped-shined that all looked similar to my novice eye's. I'll have to take a closer look to differentiate. Appreciate you taking the time to share your observation, really helps me focus in on pertaining details.
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    Unknown hawk, Michigan

    Call sounds like red-shouldered to my novice ear. :unsure:
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    Unknown hawk, Michigan

    Identification help please. I was hoping someone would be able to narrow this on structure. I'd be really curious to hear your thought process if you happen to have the time. I've also posted a YouTube link with audio of it's call. Thanks, Brian
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    warbler, Michigan. Id help please

    Thanks mate. I really appreciate the detailed description. I hope to get a better camera at some point and take some photos that cut down on the guess work a bit. Thanks for taking the time to help. Brian
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    warbler, Michigan. Id help please

    Thanks. Yeah, that third picture was an attempt to show a dark throat. Getting a clear picture of hyperactive birds is always a challenge for me. I appreciate your time and insight. Brian
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    warbler, Michigan. Id help please

    Thanks Ken! I did look at Chestnut-sided Warbler. Appreciate you taking the time to comment. Brian
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