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    Espanola - seems like a flock of small yellow birds???

    Sorry about that - Espanola, Ontario, Canada. Yes they are cedar waxwings.
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    Espanola - seems like a flock of small yellow birds???

    Sorry about that, yes Ontario Canada. Yes, they are cedar waxwings.
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    Espanola - seems like a flock of small yellow birds???

    Thanks, they are cedar waxwings.
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    Espanola - seems like a flock of small yellow birds???

    Sorry, yes Espanola Ontario. And yes, I was able to see them again and they are cedar waxwings...thank.
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    Espanola - seems like a flock of small yellow birds???

    Hello again from Espanola! Just a shot in the dark that I can get this image identified. Terrible shots from far away...one of the underexposed does show some yellow color. Also, one with the wings spanned out might give a clue. Flocking migrants, not sure. Yellowthroats? They seemed quite...
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    Espanola, Ontario, Canada - Swamp or Chipping?

    awesome! thanks everyone!!!
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    Espanola, Ontario, Canada - Are these Ring necked ducks? I saw them in a group, diving for food.

    just saying, it looks like a ring on the end of the bill, but obviously it is not named for that feature...it is confusing because the beak looks like it is ringed - you know, what exactly defines a ringed bill?
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    Espanola, Ontario, Canada - Swamp or Chipping?

    I actually believe these are Swamp Sparrows, I have identified their song/call earlier this summer. This one seems to be hanging around, I assume it will migrate. There seems to be flocks of these around, but this one is a loner, and not afraid if I get quite close. Thanks everyone for your...
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    Espanola, Ontario, Canada - Are these Ring necked ducks? I saw them in a group, diving for food.

    Would you not agree that they also have a ring at the end of the bill?
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    Espanola, Ontario, Canada - Are these Ring necked ducks? I saw them in a group, diving for food.

    From what I know, which is little, there are ring-billed gulls and ring necked ducks...even though ring necked ducks have a ringed bill!!!!
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    Espanola, Ontario, Canada - Ring-billed Gull?

    I checked Ring-billed Gull on ebird, and it does show some European sightings...https://ebird.org/species/ribgul
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    Espanola, Ontario, Canada - Ring-billed Gull?

    we are all learning! I checked on ebird, and it is out of range for short billed gull, so that is one way to check on species id. thanks anyways, all comments are important, they all can look very much alike!
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    Espanola, Ontario, Canada - What type of VIREO is this bird? June, 2021

    Taken in Sudbury, what type of Vireo is this? Thanks, again June 2021, mixed forest, Sudbury, Ontario
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    Espanola, Ontario, Canada - Ring-billed Gull?

    Not sure what kind of Gull this is, I think it might be ring-billed, an adult and a juvenile??? November 4. 2021 Manitoulin Island...many thanks!!!
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    Ducks, March 30 Mendocino County CA

    Perhaps, but CA usually follows the name of a province... I never use it I always spell out Canada. But CA is used for a website with a Canadian domain.
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    Espanola, Ontario, Canada - Are these Ring necked ducks? I saw them in a group, diving for food.

    Not the best images, for sure...and later in the day. I think they are Ring-necked Ducks? November 4, 2021 Shallow bay/marsh area. Thanks
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    Comment by 'Bird Brainer' in media 'Ruby-throated Hummingbird.jpg'

    nice effect with the lighting
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