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  1. #361
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Quote Originally Posted by wev View Post
    I thought this was a fledgling robin, but the beak's wrong and it's about the size of a small sparrow. The second (they were feeding together) appears a bit older and has a strong white eye ring. I feel like I've seen it before, but can't pull it up.

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    Ovenbird?
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  2. #362
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedThrottle View Post
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    wood thrush?
    Thanks. We don't have wood thrushes on the west coast. I though Hermit maybe, but they don't have an eye ring or white throats.
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  3. #363
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Quote Originally Posted by Marilynne View Post
    Thanks, it does look similar, but they are unrecorded here on the west coast
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  4. #364
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Quote Originally Posted by wev View Post
    Thanks, it does look similar, but they are unrecorded here on the west coast
    Try whatbird.com. They're very good at IDing birds.

  5. #365
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedThrottle View Post
    @wev
    wood thrush?

    Good call on the Trush, but wrong locale for Wood Thrush. I'm thinking Hermit or Swaison's Thrush.

  6. #366
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Quote Originally Posted by Marilynne View Post
    Try whatbird.com. They're very good at IDing birds.
    Took half a dozen tries, but I think I got there -- American pipit, which is a new one for the park
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  7. #367
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    It's a Cuckoo, but is it Mangrove or Yellow Billed? I don't see the black band across the eye for Mangrove and the Yellow-Billed doesn't have the yellowish feathers.


  8. #368
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Quote Originally Posted by Marilynne View Post
    It's a Cuckoo, but is it Mangrove or Yellow Billed? I don't see the black band across the eye for Mangrove and the Yellow-Billed doesn't have the yellowish feathers.
    With the grayish head, I'm inclined to Mangrove. The eye band can be variable, especially with juveniles early in the season. Nice capture
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  9. #369
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Quote Originally Posted by wev View Post
    With the grayish head, I'm inclined to Mangrove. The eye band can be variable, especially with juveniles early in the season. Nice capture
    Thanks, I'm leaning more towards the Yellow-Billed though.

    My Sibley book shows the juvie Mangrove with the black band through the eye.
    Last edited by Marilynne; 04-26-2021 at 07:31 PM.

  10. #370
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    I'm thinking Yellow-billed with the yellowing of the feathers being more light reflection than actual color.





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