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  1. American Goldfinch

    American Goldfinch

    Chardonneret jaune
  2. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

    Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

    Pic maculé
  3. Swamp Sparrow

    Swamp Sparrow

    Bruant des marais
  4. Eastern Phoebe

    Eastern Phoebe

    Moucherolle Phébi
  5. Plectrophane

    Comment by 'Plectrophane' in media 'Cooper's Hawk eating moss?'

    Actually it's a Red-tailed Hawk (Buteo jamaicensis). This is an immature bird, that's why his tail is heavily barred and lacks the red. If it were an adult, we could assume that he's gathering moss to use as a lining inside the nest. In this case, maybe your explaination about cleaning his beal...
  6. Red-breasted Nuthatch

    Red-breasted Nuthatch

    Sittelle à poitrine rousse
  7. Pileated Woodpecker

    Pileated Woodpecker

    Grand Pic
  8. Plectrophane

    Hybrid or leucistic bird, Burbank pond, Danville, Quebec.

    We found this bird yesterday, among about 1000 Snow Geese and 2000 Canada Geese. To me, this me looks like a leusistic pure canada goose. But some birder who were with me are convinced it's a hybrid Branta canadensis X Anser caerulescens. What do you think?
  9. Plectrophane

    Pennsylvania Raptor

    I believe it's a sharp-shinned as well.
  10. Coyote


  11. Plectrophane

    Comment by 'Plectrophane' in media 'Lesser Yellowlegs... ...Leopard Frog'

    Yes, he did end up keeping the frog.
  12. Greater Yellowlegs

    Greater Yellowlegs

    Grand Chevalier.
  13. Lesser Yellowlegs...     ...Leopard Frog

    Lesser Yellowlegs... ...Leopard Frog

    Petit Chevalier This frog escaped several times and hopped away from the bird who recaught it every time. Would have made a very entertaining video.
  14. Plectrophane

    Toronto lakeshore

    Yes, a female American Goldfinch, summer plumage.
  15. Plectrophane

    Warblers, southern Quebec.

    Hi Stuart I have this photo, which is possibly not the same bird, since they were moving around so much.
  16. Plectrophane

    Warblers, southern Quebec.

    Many different species passing in the area these days. including Bay-breasted Walbler. I think this is one of them but have some doubt. The second one is a Magnolia , I'm pretty sure. Some are relativeley easy to ID. It's far from easy to take any good photos.
  17. Plectrophane

    North of Vancouver, vireo.

    I see a Warbling Vireo.
  18. Common Gallinule.

    Common Gallinule.

    Gallinule d'Amérique. Juvenile.
  19. Red-tailed Hawk

    Red-tailed Hawk

    Buse à queue rousse A pair is nesting in a small woodlot in a rural area.
  20. White-breasted nuthatch

    White-breasted nuthatch

    Sittelle à poitrine blanche
  21. Pine Warbler

    Pine Warbler

    Paruline des pins Taken in a wooded area on a the side of a dirt road.
  22. Eastern Bluebird

    Eastern Bluebird

    Melebleu de l'Est Taken in an apple orchard, near a nest box.
  23. Plectrophane

    Vesper Sparrow, (Montreal) Canada

    Yes, Vesper Sparrow. More often seen on cultivated fields aroud the city.
  24. Northern Cardinal

    Northern Cardinal

    Cardinal rougr