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  1. #261
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Quote Originally Posted by wev View Post
    Olive sided flycatcher? Way the hell up in a sycamore on the other side of the creek
    Immediately thought Flycatcher of some kind, or a Peewee, but I'd put my money on the Olive-Sided.


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  2. #262
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Can you help ID this bird please?
    Is this a Magnolia Warbler?
    Can you help ID this bird please?-20191001-_d719952.jpg

  3. #263
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    Semipalmated Sandpiper

    From Huntington Beach State Park this morning.

    D7100, 600mm f/4 ED IF AIS and TC-14B for an effective focal length of 1260mm. Depth of field even @ f/8 was practically paper thin!

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    Last edited by STM; 11-02-2019 at 06:34 PM.
    Nikon FTn, F2A/MD-2, Nikkormat FT2, F4E, D850, D500, D700, D7100

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  4. #264
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    Re: Can Anyone Identify this Bird?

    Grey Plover I believe
    D850,D500,D810,D750, D7200, Fuji X-T3,Fuji X-E3


  5. #265
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    Re: Can Anyone Identify this Bird?

    I was going to say Plover as well. @Roy1961
    "Remember to gaze up at the night sky because there is a little bit of the cosmos in each of us."


    Um yeahhhh, I shoot a lot of pics of my dogs.
    D500 (DOB 05/26/17), D300, D80, SB-800. RIP-D100

  6. #266
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    Re: Can Anyone Identify this Bird?

    sure does look like one.
    Learn to laugh at yourself, everyone else is.
    D500, D7000. SB700.

    Nikkor 18-105mm, 35mm, 70-300mm and Sigma 50-500.

    LowePro 202 Slingshot bag, Wimberley Gimbal head, Benro Carbon Fiber Tripod.

    Vanguard Alta 263 Tripod with SBH-250 ballhead, Vanguard AM 263 Monopod with SBH-100 ballhead.

  7. #267
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    Re: Can Anyone Identify this Bird?

    Black bellied Plover
    Nikon D7200
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    Nikon D5100
    Nikon 300 f4
    Nikon 55-300
    Nikon 18-105
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    Tamron 90 f2.8 macro
    Sigma 10-20 f3.5
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  8. #268
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    Re: Can Anyone Identify this Bird?

    Can you help ID this bird please?
    Not sure about the type of hawk although I"m leaning towards a young Cooper's Hawk. It was very lanky (thin) for its height although not as tall as the Cooper's Hawks I've seen in the past. In a FB group, one person said Cooper's Hawk while another said Sharp-shinned Hawk.

    Not a great pic by any means. I arrived home with my camera turned off and in its bag when I saw it. By the time I got my camera out and turned on, it first flew to a telephone pole before flying off when I raised the camera. Heavy crop to boot.

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  9. #269
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    Re: Can Anyone Identify this Bird?

    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    Not sure about the type of hawk although I"m leaning towards a young Cooper's Hawk. It was very lanky (thin) for its height although not as tall as the Cooper's Hawks I've seen in the past. In a FB group, one person said Cooper's Hawk while another said Sharp-shinned Hawk.

    Not a great pic by any means. I arrived home with my camera turned off and in its bag when I saw it. By the time I got my camera out and turned on, it first flew to a telephone pole before flying off when I raised the camera. Heavy crop to boot.

    Can you help ID this bird please?-_dsc6437-low-res.jpg
    Looks like a Red Shouldered Hawk.

  10. #270
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Merged two threads together.





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