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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Quote Originally Posted by Roy1961 View Post
    i think the cormorant on the left is a Neotropic, its smaller than the double crested and has a longer tail.

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    Can't tell from this shot. Did it have a white v on the corners of its mouth?
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    i couldn't see that @Marilynne
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    Can you help ID this bird please?
    I am trying to ID this bird. I'm in Pennsylvania outside of Philly. When I searched via the Merlin app, the closest thing it looks like is a Song Sparrow from the Pacific Northwest - but that's on the other side of the country. It looks too striped to be a song sparrow that is normally found around here.

    I asked in a Facebook group for PA birds. A couple people said it's the female of the species...but the female of which type of song sparrow?

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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    I am trying to ID this bird. I'm in Pennsylvania outside of Philly. When I searched via the Merlin app, the closest thing it looks like is a Song Sparrow from the Pacific Northwest - but that's on the other side of the country. It looks too striped to be a song sparrow that is normally found around here.

    I asked in a Facebook group for PA birds. A couple people said it's the female of the species...but the female of which type of song sparrow?
    In the Facebook group to ID Pennsylvania birds, I think they are alluding to a female red-winged blackbird. The thing is we get them all the time at our bird feeder, but they don't look quite like this one. And the song/chirp wasn't the same either.
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    In the Facebook group to ID Pennsylvania birds, I think they are alluding to a female red-winged blackbird. The thing is we get them all the time at our bird feeder, but they don't look quite like this one. And the song/chirp wasn't the same either.

    That was my first thought when I saw it. It looks like a juvenile.

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    Can you help ID this bird please?
    Quote Originally Posted by Marilynne View Post
    That was my first thought when I saw it. It looks like a juvenile.
    I think I've identified it after reading this article. It looks like the mystery bird in their pics. The shape of the beak is the same as is the streaking. It looks like a juvenile cowbird. We get cowbirds at our feeder, but I've never seen one looking like this.

    https://www.allaboutbirds.org/id-brown-streaky-birds/

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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    In the Facebook group to ID Pennsylvania birds, I think they are alluding to a female red-winged blackbird. The thing is we get them all the time at our bird feeder, but they don't look quite like this one. And the song/chirp wasn't the same either.
    It's most certainly a female red-winged blackbird. Do you dare to doubt me? LOL
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  8. #248
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Quote Originally Posted by Roy1961 View Post
    Guessing Hammond's Flycatcher.
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  9. #249
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Quote Originally Posted by Roy1961 View Post
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    different colored beak from the other one
    Tough to tell from the angle. I'm inclined to say Gray Vireo only because you seem to be in one of the only parts in the US where this isn't rare.
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Can you help ID this bird please?-81-red-winged-blackbird_f-27mar15-1024x819.jpg​female red-winged blackbird
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