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    Bird ID - Bluffers Park, Toronto, ON

    Thanks very much, all. That was actually my first instinct but didn’t trust myself at the time lol.
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    Bird ID - Bluffers Park, Toronto, ON

    These were taken this past Sunday, Feb 4 at Bluffers Park in Toronto. Apologies for picture quality. Hoping for some help but I believe these are: 1. Redhead and Greater Scaup 2. Red-breasted Merganser 3. Common Goldeneye 4. Herring Gull Thank you!
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    Bird ID Help - Newmarket, Ontario, Canada

    Spotted these today (Sep 30) in Newmarket, just north of Toronto... American Wigeon? Thanks as always.
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    ID Help - Toronto Pearson Airport

    Thanks so much everyone! It’s so unusual to see swans in flight around here and particularly a solitary one around the airport. Anyway, thanks again.
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    ID Help - Toronto Pearson Airport

    Spotted these two today along Etobicoke Creek Trail, west side of Toronto Pearson Airport (apologies for poor picture quality). I believe the first (2 photos) is either Yellow or Wilson's Warbler. The second (4 photos) looks like a Snow Goose (?). Thanks, everyone.
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    Bird ID Help - Pickering, Ontario, Canada

    Spotted this one on Mar 26 in Pickering, just east of Toronto - I was thinking Sharpie but happy to be corrected. Thanks!
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    Bird ID Help - Toronto, Ontario

    Yes April 1, thanks Butty!
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    Bird ID Help - Toronto, Ontario

    Spotted these today in Toronto at Humber Bay Park, on shores of Lake Ontario. I'm thinking Red-Necked Grebe on left and Gadwalls on right? Thanks and apologies for picture quality.
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    Bird ID Water fowl - Erie County, PA (USA)

    Are there not also Ringed-neck Ducks, particularly in #1 and #2?
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    Long-eared Owl? Toronto, Ontario

    Thank you, all!
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    Long-eared Owl? Toronto, Ontario

    Spotted this one today at Downsview Park today in Toronto... I'm still new to owl identification and just want to make sure I'm not mistaking this for a Great Horned. Thanks as always.
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    Sparrow ID Help - Toronto, Ontario

    No problem at all, KC - much better now, thanks! :)
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    Sparrow ID Help - Toronto, Ontario

    American Tree Sparrow? Spotted this morning at Downsview Park in Toronto (sorry for the poor lighting). Thanks as always!
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    ID Help - Negril, Jamaica, Dec 1-6

    Thanks, Lou (y)
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    ID Help - Negril, Jamaica, Dec 1-6

    Good Day All, posting a few here for your help, taken while on vacation in Negril, Jamaica. Apologies for the poor image quality as I only had my iPhone with me, and these were the best of the ones I was able to take. My impressions: 1-3: Ruddy Turnstone 4-5: White-winged Dove 6-7: Spotted...
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    ? Wood Duck, Sussex County, New Jersey, USA

    For the reasons Alexander mentioned, the lead bird seems good for Wood Duck to me. The elongated tail, distinctive white eye patch and white belly strike me as the key features.
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    What bird is this in NY?

    Agreed, Golden-crowned Kinglet
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    Domestic Goose? Toronto, ON, Canada

    Spotted this one today amongst a similar looking flock. At first, I thought maybe Snow or Ross's Goose, but with the lack of black wing tips, possibly Domestic? Thanks!
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    Waterfowl ID - Toronto, Ontario (Earl Bales Park)

    A lifer, indeed - thanks, everyone! Thanks (y)
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    Waterfowl ID - Toronto, Ontario (Earl Bales Park)

    Thanks, Mike... wow, what an unusual sighting for these parts.
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