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    ID needed Ontario, Canada.

    Thanks for your reply. That was our initial thought, but body shape and what seems to be a too-long tail made us doubt ourselves. I guess our little mystery is solved. Thanks.
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    ID needed Ontario, Canada.

    Not my photos - helping a friend to determine species. All help appreciated!
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    Gull ID help, please, Eastern Ontario, Canada

    Thanks so much, everyone. I had a couple figured out correctly, but missed some. More studying to do...
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    Gull ID help, please, Eastern Ontario, Canada

    I came across a large flock of gulls in a grain field this afternoon, and gulls have always been an ID nightmare for me. Add in different stages of maturity and I'm beat before I start! They were 150m from the road, so major crops. All help appreciated
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    There is a "discussion" on a local site as to the ID of the bird on the right. Ontario, Canada.

    The other suggestion (actually a decree) was that it's a Redwing, from Europe.
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    There is a "discussion" on a local site as to the ID of the bird on the right. Ontario, Canada.

    This bird was photographed in South-eastern Ontario a few days ago and there are two camps - one that insists this is a female Red-winged Blackbird and the other saying it's a bird well out of its range.
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    ID needed Ontario, CANADA.

    Thanks, guys!
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    ID needed Ontario, CANADA.

    I took this photo in August and just noticed that I hadn't ID'd it. This is the only shot I have of it. Is it a female Redstart? All help appreciated.
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    Strange flicker? Ontario, Canada

    We've had Red-bellieds on our property for approx. 20 years, year-round and I had never seen one without any colour at all on the head and breast. This must mean I had never seen a fledgling or juvenile. Now I have. Thanks.
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    Strange flicker? Ontario, Canada

    When this bird was flying towards me, it looked all white. It landed about 60' up in a tree where I got just a couple of shots before it left. Flicker-sized but not right colours - head, breast and under-belly all white - no markings. Is this a Northern Flicker exhibiting some leucism? All...
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    Juvenile Kinglet? Ontario Canada

    Thanks everyone. I guess I'll never figure out juvenile birds with any regularity.:confused:
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    Juvenile Kinglet? Ontario Canada

    I haven't been able to nail down the ID for this little bird - Kinglet-sized and just as active. Thanks for looking.
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    Vireo (?) ID Ontario Canada

    Another view, but it seems the consensus is this is Imm. Yellow Warbler. Thanks, everyone!
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    Vireo (?) ID Ontario Canada

    I'm having trouble with this bird for some reason. ID, please?
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    Tufted Titmouse - strange colouration? Ontario, Canada.

    I guess it's possible, but I wouldn't have thought the breast feather bases (I found out that is called the afterfeather) would be dark/black. You would think that would show with a good wind hitting the breast at an angle.
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    Tufted Titmouse - strange colouration? Ontario, Canada.

    I'm looking for information as to what is going on with this Tufted Titmouse's breast feathers. Ideas? If this should be in a different forum - my apologies.
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    Is this just a Catbird? Eastern Ontario, Canada.

    I've seen hundreds of Catbirds, but when I saw this bird it struck me as something different. The beak looked all wrong. The bird appeared to be the same light gray color all over, with just slightly darker wings. And, finally, the bird was out in the open beside a busy path with people walking...
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    Raptor ID needed Ontario, Canada.

    Thanks The Fern and Butty. Much appreciated.
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    Raptor ID needed Ontario, Canada.

    I can't find a photo of a Peregrine that has similar coloration. Are you sure?
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    Raptor ID needed Ontario, Canada.

    Currently in a nearby town. Looks sick to me. I'm not sure what this is??
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    Ontario, Canada ID

    Do these additional photos help to make the ID any easier?
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    Ontario, Canada ID

    Can I get a confirmation of this bird as a juvenile Scarlet Tanager? Unfortunately found dead, likely the result of a window collision.
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    Ontario, Canada. Possible Phoebe?

    Looking for an ID. Closest I can guess is an immature Phoebe. Pretty sure I'm wrong.
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    SOUTHEASTERN ONTARIO CANADA. Tanager?

    Thanks, everyone. I was really hoping for a lifer. Can't win them all... :cry:
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    SOUTHEASTERN ONTARIO CANADA. Tanager?

    Spotted today - is this a Western Tanager?
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