Bird id in New Hampshire (1 Viewer)

vijay0828

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Spotted this atop Mount Liberty in NH. Thought it might be a Nuthatch of some kind, but beak looked wrong colour. Could you id please? many thanks
 

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vijay0828

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Thanks - much appreciated. A couple more here please:
 

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vijay0828

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Some more that we saw up at Lake Umbagog in Errol, NH.

I thought the first might be a buzzard of some type?
Are the 3rd and 4th Cormorants?
 

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vijay0828

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Some more from the same area. Sorry, some are a bit blurry as they were from a video shot:
Second looks like a Grey Heron?
Fourth might just be a Robin, but didn't get a very clear look?
 

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Birdbrain22

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Post 9 shows a 3rd year Bald Eagle, a Belted Kingfisher, some Canada Geese, some Wood Ducks and a Cedar Waxwing.

Post 10 shows a Cedar Waxwing, a Great Blue Heron, a Cedar Waxwing, an American Robin, and a White-breasted Nuthatch.
 

The Bird Nuts

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Please create a new thread for each new question. Asking about five birds in one post is fine, but adding more and more to the thread creates confusion.
 

Microtus

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Post 9 shows a 3rd year Bald Eagle, a Belted Kingfisher, some Canada Geese, some Wood Ducks and a Cedar Waxwing.

Post 10 shows a Cedar Waxwing, a Great Blue Heron, a Cedar Waxwing, an American Robin, and a White-breasted Nuthatch.

I agree on all.
 

vijay0828

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Please create a new thread for each new question. Asking about five birds in one post is fine, but adding more and more to the thread creates confusion.

I added to the thread because they were all observed in the same state (i.e. similar location) on the same trip. I thought it would help not to clutter the forum with too many threads. But if you prefer, I can start new threads as you suggest.
 

KC Foggin

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I added to the thread because they were all observed in the same state (i.e. similar location) on the same trip. I thought it would help not to clutter the forum with too many threads. But if you prefer, I can start new threads as you suggest.

No worries about cluttering the Forum and it would be much easier if you just started a new thread and still put location and time of year on each thread ;)
 

Lisa W

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You have your Ids, I just wanted to add the Canada Jay on the rocks is an excellent photo.
 

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