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    Colorado hummingbird sp.

    This hummingbird was seen in Colorado a few days ago. IS it just a broad-tailed, or could it be a Calliope? Many thanks. https://imgur.com/a/uhUjfZl
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    1080 in Hawaii?

    Why hasn't anyone considered using 1080 in Hawaii? Surely it would be quite efficient at eliminating invasives without much impact to native wildlife? It's authorized for use in poison bait collars, why wouldn't it be available for conservationists? Does the black hand of animal rights activists...
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    Laughing/Franklin's Gulls, NJ

    I was browsing through facebook when I happened upon a post that said that Franklin's gulls have pink plumage on their belly when they initially arrive on their breeding grounds. Having read this, I immediately recalled a time when I found what I thought was a laughing gull with a pink belly...
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    Petition for the Regent Honeyeater

    Following the earmarking of the Regent Honeyeater's last breeding area for energy development, I have created a petition to nullify the proposal. https://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Petitions/House_of_Representatives_Petitions/Petitions_General/Petitions_List?id=EN0889
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    Fantasy Birding

    For those of you who don't know, fantasy birding is a new game that has been gaining some traction in the birding community. The basic premise, much like fantasy football and other games, is that what you 'bird' in the game is a reflection of eBird checklists in real life.
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    London Wetlands, today

    These are from the London Wetlands WWT this morning, and I am seeking some confirmation. I apologize for the lack of quality on some of these https://imgur.com/a/XL4Wn4Z 1-2. Same photo, water pipit? 3-4. Another birder identified this a jack snipe 5. Common/Mew Gull 6-7. Chiffchaff Many thanks.
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    IUCN Red List Revision?

    It appears as though the IUCN has recently revised their Red List. However, I cannot find a comprehensive document detailing such. Does anybody know where such a report might be found? Many thanks.
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    Elegant Trogon?

    Have there been any attempts to encourage Elegant Trogons to use nest boxes? A quick google search lends the information that they nest in woodpecker cavities, so shouldn't they easily take to a birdhouse?
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    Raptor, Northern NJ, Today

    This bird was seen in Richard DeKorte Park today. Is identification possible from these crappy photos? Many thanks. https://imgur.com/a/Slb64tv
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    Pine Siskin, NJ, Today

    I am almost 100% confident that these two birds are indeed pine siskins, though I just want to be certain. Thank you very much. https://imgur.com/a/y0nUJjP
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    Eastern Screech Owl- Northern NJ

    This was heard earlier this evening. Can this offer confirmation as an Eastern Screech Owl? https://youtu.be/ChvIdV6p8OI
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    Wilson's Phalarope or Lesser Yellowlegs? NJ, today.

    This sandpiper was seen in the Meadowlands in northern NJ today. Is is possible to reach a verdict from these two photos? Many thanks. https://imgur.com/a/GZQad8s
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    Bluebird House Measuring Error

    While attempting to make Bluebird houses for a local park, I misread the instructions. Instead of making the holes 1 3/8 x 2 1/4 inches, I read it as 1 3/4 x 2 1/4 inches. Will this impede nest success? Would it be worth it to replace the fronts?
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    Two Empids, NJ, Today

    These two empidonax flycatchers were seen in northern NJ today. Is it possible to ID them based on photos? https://imgur.com/a/0qIE1jw
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    Empid, May 14, NJ

    This empidonax flycatcher was seen a few days ago in northern NJ. is it possible to ID it from my photos? Many thanks. Almost all Empids are regular at this spot in spring. https://imgur.com/a/1ur4HJe
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    Audio and Photos of Two Warblers, NJ, Today

    These birds were seen and heard today. The subject of the photos I have condemned this world with seemed to be singing a song that resembled a Bay-Breasted Warbler. The bird in the recording, two trills, was only briefly seen, but did resemble a Tennessee Warbler. https://imgur.com/a/bM1bFBv
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    Warbler Song, NJ, Today

    What is the bird singing that sounds like a Cerulean Warbler, although a little less buzzier? The bird can be heard most prominently around twenty seconds.
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    Nashville Warbler? Song, NJ, Today

    Can anyone confirm that there is indeed a Nashville Warbler singing in this recording? Many thanks.
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    Song/Lincoln's Sparrow, NJ, Today

    Is this a Lincoln's Sparrow, or just a product of an optimism? Many thanks. https://imgur.com/a/5GnAuDZ
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    UV to sex birds in the field?

    Has anyone considered using UV light to sex birds in a relatively non-invasive manner in the field? Surely damage to the eyes is minimal? Could this be used to sex birds that have relatively little sexual dimorphism?
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