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    Feather ID - Troy, NY, USA

    Think I figured it out, pretty sure it's a great horned owl secondary wing feather
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    Feather ID - Troy, NY, USA

    Feather is 9.5 in (24 cm) - found it in my yard, does anyone have any idea what kind of feather it is/what bird it is from?
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    Merlin or peregrine falcon? -Troy, NY, USA

    Yes, I am 100% certain that the bird on the roof is a red-tailed
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    Merlin or peregrine falcon? -Troy, NY, USA

    Sorry, video should be public now. Thanks for the help, I was hesitant to ID it on size, but I don't have much else to go off
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    Merlin or peregrine falcon? -Troy, NY, USA

    Today I saw a falcon harassing a red-tailed hawk sitting on top of a church, and I am unsure if it was a peregrine or merlin. I only got a brief look but the falcon had a clear mustache, a solid bluish/grey back, a white/brownish underside, and appeared to be essentially the exact same size as a...
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    Dark-eyed junco possible hybrid or normal variation? - Albany, NY, United States

    Thanks raymie and nartreb, I guess I've only seen males until now!
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    Dark-eyed junco possible hybrid or normal variation? - Albany, NY, United States

    I see a lot of dark-eyed juncos in my yard and all of them have been the typical slate colored variety, except this one - it stood out to me because of its brown back. Could this be a hybrid with a sparrow or is it normal for some juncos to look like this? I know there a lot of different...
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