All these Warblers were photographed in southeastern PA over the last few days. Number one , I think is female Common Yellowthroat.
Numbers 2 & 3 are perhaps Nashville.
And the last image of a Tennessee. Any ID help or verification would be appreciated.
I photographed this warbler(all photos are the same bird) today in southeastern PA. These fall warblers(if indeed it is a warbler) are trouble to identify.
This bird has bi-colored beak, broken white eye ring, slight black line through eye, olive/greenish head and darker greenish back. Any ID...
This small bird was photographed on May 9th at the Char-Mar Nature Preserve in central Ohio. It is a small deciduous woodland with a nearby pond.
Among our friends the consensus is an immature Warbling Vireo.
Is that the ID ????
I photographed these vultures in the Massai Mara in Sept, 2019.
I am having difficulty with these IDs .
The ones with the light-colored front part of the beak could be African White-backed vultures.
The ones with a dark beak the Ruppell's Griffon Vulture.
Any clarification would be appreciated.
All these birds were photographed in Kenya in Sept,2019.
The first is a swallow on nest at Observation Hill in Amboseli.
The second two photos are the same bird on the grasslands of Masai Mara.
The last two photos are of two shorebirds at Amboseli Lake--the bird on left is an immature Black...
All these shorebirds were taken on the same day at Amboseli NP in Kenya in September 2019.
The first two images are the same sandpiper.
The second two images have a shorebird with long black beak and orangeish-yellowish legs.
The last image , I think , is a Kittlitz's Plover.
Any ID help...
I photographed this bird on the grasslands of Amboseli NP in Kenya in September , 2019.
The bird is the same bird in both photos. I noticed the red at the end of the beak near the face and what looks like a mustache and goatee. Mostly brown all over and light belly.
Any ID help would be much...
All these birds were photographed on the same day on the grass plains of Amboseli NP, Kenya.
I think that the first two images are Grassland Pipits.
The third image is a Red-capped Lark
The last two images are Two-banded Cousers.
Please help with these IDs-----thanks in advance
The first three images are the same bird--yellow legs, dark bill, dark eyes, grayish/brownish top feathers and light belly.
The second bird is the same one in both photos. This bird has grayish/greenish legs, dark bill and eyes, slight white eye ring, beige head and nape with darker brown wings...
The falcon type was taken on a game drive near the Ol Pejeta Conservancy.
My best guess is Black-shouldered Kite???? Not a greeat photo but best I have of this bird.
THe other small bird was photographed near Lake Navaisha in some low bush areas. It has a bold black eye stripe, gray head...
The first bird was photographed on Crescent Island in the middle of Lake Naivasha in Sept, 2019. It has an overall tawney-brown color with yellow/orange eyes, and pinkish legs with striped tail.
The second bird was photographed at the Elsamere Lodge in some bushes on the grounds. Black bill...
A closer look at the second bird does suggest a Grey-backed Camarotera. After some investigation, it appears that this bird frequents garden scrubbery and that is exactly the habitat where I photographed this bird.
I photographed these two birds on the grounds of the Sweetwaters Tented Camp near Ol Pejeta Conservancy.
The first two are, I think, Yellow-bellied Apalis.
The second two photos are Buff-bellied Apalis--once again -I think. Any ID help would be appreciated. Thanks
I photographed the woodpecker near the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Sept 2019. I am leaning toward Green-backed Woodpecker because of the small size and greenish hue on the back.
The other bird was photographed near the Sweetwaters Tented Camp. Sparrow or lark?? on the side of a road.
I photographed this Longclaw at Amboseli National Park in Kenya in Sept, 2019.
I am leaning toward Pangani Longclaw because the yellow superciliary stripe does not go past the eye. This yellow stripe does go past the eye in the Yellow-throated Longclaw, so I am not leaning toward...
I took this shot of this waxbill at Ol Tukai Lodge in Amboseli NP ini Kenya, Sept ,2019 . My first guess is is Crimson-rumped Waxbill because the bill itself is dark, not like the red of the Common Waxbill. Any help??