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    Female American redstart? Kingston, ON, Canada

    Hi everyone, This bird really gave me an hard time. I chased it for more than 40 minutes in the woods and took something like 75 shots of which only 3 decent. I though I saw something very interesting observing the length and color of the tail. Eventually I settled with Female American...
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    Palm warbler? Kingston ON

    Hi everyone, I spotted this bird in one of my walks, and I am pretty sure it’s a +1 on my life list. I am confident it’s a warbler but I could not safely say it’s Palm warbler. I would love to know your opinion. Cheers Ambrox
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    Female Dark-eyed Junco? Kingston ON

    Hi everyone, I would like a second opinion on this bird I managed to photograph yesterday. It’s a bit hidden by the branches but I am confident it is a Female Dark-eyed Junco. Please, let me know what you think! Thanks so much!
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    Common or Caspian Tern? - Kingston ON

    Hi everyone, Could you help me identify this Tern? From the region I would say Common Tern, but looking at the field guide I not very convinced. I really appreciate your help! Cheers Ambrox
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    Wren & Warbler - Kingston, ON

    Hi everyone, This morning I took a picture of these two beautiful birds. While I am reasonably sure that the Wren is an House Wren, I am not entirely sure about the Warbler. My guess is: Nashville Warbler. I am curious to know what you think. Thanks everyone ... Cheers
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    Birds of Eastern North America and Canada - "Must read/watch"

    Hi everyone, I am an enthusiastic birder since not too long. I started by just walking and watching, then walking watching and reading a field guide, and recently I added a Camera to complete the picture. In my free time I would like to learn as much as possible about Birds of North America...
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    Hooded Merganser? - Help needed

    Hi everyone, On my usual morning walk, between all the Mallards there was something "different". I could tell because someone with a huge lens was shooting pictures. I went closer and I managed to photograph this little one. It took a while to guess the specie but the white stripes on the back...
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    Baltimore Oriole? - Kingston, Ontario

    Hi everyone, I am very new at this wonderful hobby, and this bird has been in my "unidentified" folder for quite a bit. Spotted one week ago at 8:00 AM. I am tempted to say Baltimore Oriole (Female?) but I would really appreciate a second opinion. Camera details: Canon EOS 700D Canon EFs...
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    Hello from Kingston, Ontario!

    Hi everyone, Very nice to be here! I am a PhD student at Queen's University Kingston, ON. Since I moved to Canada I started going for very long walks in woods and parks, then the binoculars happened, then the Camera happened, then the field guide happened, and here I am ... Cheers!!
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