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    Strange Bird - Ontario Canada

    Wild guess from me. Red Shouldered Hawk? I have heard that call described as a laugh before.
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    Mountain Pine Ridge--Gaia River Lodge (formerly Five Sisters Lodge), Cayo, Bz

    Additional Photo These are the only other 2 i have. I do not think they help much. Based on your previous post, is it safe to call this Scaly-breasted Hummingbird? Or is it too uncertain. I do know that the guide at the Lodge told me they were there, but I did not see them when we were...
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    Mountain Pine Ridge--Gaia River Lodge (formerly Five Sisters Lodge), Cayo, Bz

    I will look but I think they other one is ablury flight photo. I wil post it tomorrow. Thanks
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    Hopkins Belize - 12.20.2018

    More Photos. It appears not to be an artefact... Thanks to both of you! If it is Mangrove it is a Lifer.....
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    Hopkins Belize - 12.20.2018

    Any help on this Swift? (or Swallow - I am thinking Mangrove Now)
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    Mountain Pine Ridge--Gaia River Lodge (formerly Five Sisters Lodge), Cayo, Bz

    12.19.2018 Any idea on this hummer? Seen on Nest and Perched.
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    Belize - Caracol - 12.17.2018

    Thank you. Seems ebird has split them.
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    Belize - Caracol - 12.17.2018

    Looks like ee cross posted. Yellow-throated makes sence I had a male in the same tree. Thanjs
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    Belize - Caracol - 12.17.2018

    Thank you. Could the euphonia be a female scrub? that is the closet I see in my Howell and Webb.
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    Belize - Caracol - 12.17.2018

    4th bird. unknown hummer Rufous-Tailed? Thanks in advance
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    Belize - Caracol - 12.17.2018

    Third Bird: I have this as Black-cowled Oriole.
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    Belize - Caracol - 12.17.2018

    #1 I had this as a White-Collared Seedeater. Is it Morelet's Seedeater or do I have it completely wrong? #2 - 4: Unknown But I think I should know it.
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    Yellow bird? ID? Warbler? Orchard Oriole? Lake Apopka (Orlando) Florida yesterday

    Thank you Just wanted to say thank you for this level of detail. This is helpful for all of us.
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    Baltimore MD, 5.21.2017 - Flycatcher Assistance.

    I originally called this a Least, but upon review of the photos I see no eye ring. These little guys get me everytime. I heard no calls. The Wings look too short to be Eastern Wood Pewee. I am think this will be an Alder/Willow but any help would be appreciated. These are all the same bird...
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    TN Wood Ducks?

    eBird.. Not to add to the fray but read through this from ebird. I think it will answer all your questions and concerns. http://help.ebird.org Esp this section http://help.ebird.org/customer/en/portal/articles/1055676-understanding-the-ebird-review-and-data-quality-process I think the...
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    Aruba - 9.30.2016 - Bubali #2

    #1 - Blackpoll Female? Or am I totally wrong? #2 - Neotropic or Double Crested Cormorant? Acute Gular angle/ slim / Drooped tail I think NeoTropic #3 - Unknown Peep #4 - More uknown Peep. #5 - Yellowlegs? Greater or Lesser? I think greater.
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    Aruba - 9.30.2016 - Bubali

    I found a range map that puts it in Venezuela as a permanent resident, but would not be confident calling a Lifer on that.... Hopefully someone else chimes in or I will have to just say Falcon Spp...
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    Aruba - 9.30.2016 - Bubali

    Is this a peregrine falcon? Left = HIGHLY lightened. Right = original. Bad shot far away dark skies (during Matthew actually).
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    Piping Plover - assateague island VA USA -9.6.2016

    Thank you Dan and OvenBird43 for the verification I couldn't think it was anything else but I like to verify my lifers..
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    Piping Plover - assateague island VA USA -9.6.2016

    This would be a lifer so I want to verfiy. Piping Plover right... (Both same individual) Very small Small bill Orange legs. Solitary. generally pale.
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