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    Can Somebody Please Identify This Small Bird? Location Brevard County, Florida

    It's a Yellow-rumped (Myrtle) Warbler.
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    Hawk and sparrow in Sacramento, CA

    I also agree with Birdmeister.
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    ID please, Yosemite December 2020

    Northern Flicker of the Red-shafted persuasion.
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    Great Egret or Great Blue (white phase)

    I agree with Great Egret.
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    Help to identify this bird please

    I agree, a Song Sparrow.
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    Some sort of hawk...

    Another for Cooper's
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    Central New Mexico,USA Bird ID 1/9/2021 help

    The undertail pattern is wrong for Short-tailed.
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    Weston Turville réservoir Buckinghamshire

    I agree with [Great] Cormorant.
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    Central New Mexico,USA Bird ID 1/9/2021 help

    I would say that it is a dark immature Red-tailed Hawk. The plumage is wrong for Short-tailed.
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    Central New Mexico December Duck ID help

    Welcome to the Forum, Jason. You photographed a Green-winged Teal.
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    Cooper's or Sharp-shinned Hawk?

    Welcome to the Forum, Module. That looks like a Cooper's Hawk.
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    Gull ID, Lesser Black-backed Gull

    Welcome to the Forum, Makai! I agree with lou on Western Gull.
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    Sparrow, Virginia, USA, Jan. 9

    Hi mtn, it is indeed a Song Sparrow.
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    Webbed Shorebird ID Help - Edisto Beach, South Carolina

    Welcome to the Forum, tteasdale. Your fine photo is of a Common Loon. I hope that your bird gets back to full health.
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    USA Are these all mallards?

    I've come around to that view too.
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    Help with ID

    Me too.
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    And also this one

    I agree, Yellow/Mangrove Warbler.
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    Washington State Hawk

    A lovely adult Red-shouldered Hawk.