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Jason Ward Nov 21
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Steve Bush Nov 5
Help with a bird identification if you can, please! This is a vulture call. But no species information was included. I am fairly sure it's an Old-World Vulture. Thanks for any help you can provide!
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Jason Ward Nov 21
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Tree House Bookshop Nov 20
This bird just flew into my window and is now sitting stunned, having lost quite a lot of fluffy grey feathers. It was part of a flock, thought they were starlings - but is this a redwing?
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Jen Kamama 🐛🌼🌸🧡🌱🦋 Dec 1
Replying to @JennyPenny1119
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Jason Ward Nov 21
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Cornell Lab Nov 6
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Darwin Park 🚴🏽‍♂️🛶🦉🏌🏼‍♂️📷 Jun 18
Merlin Bird ID thinks a Swainsons Thrush. Uniform medium-brown above from head to tail. Distinctive pale, buffy eyering & face separates Swainson's from other thrushes. Spots are concentrated & clearly defined on upper breast, becoming smudgier at belly.
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Patrick Limb Nov 24
help please - is this a curlew or a whimbrel (or neither)? Taken at Thornham, Norfolk. Thank you.
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Birds in Flight Nov 9
During the last weeks we tried to get more consistency within the pages. There were also minor updates, like this amazing photo from our friend Andreas Buchheim.
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Larry E Klink Nov 24
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Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab Nov 12
Traveling to the Islands? Be sure to take Merlin Bird ID with you. provides ID tips and sounds for all of the on the Galapagos Islands in English and Spanish. Download Merlin for Free
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Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab Nov 15
One of the best ways to learn the birds in your backyard or at your next vacation destination.
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Sarah Winnicki May 24
Also & folks, thoughts on the sex of this parent? Female Dickcissels can sometimes have black bibs like males, but males can also provision in stressful times (this nest was parasitized, depredated 3 times, had a large brood, & was initiated during a drought)
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Rebel Hawk ☮️ on 🌎 for ALL beings May 4
For some reason this bird didn't fly off with the rest last night when I went outside; just kept eating! Doesn't look sick. Just not afraid. It's little like a Pine Siskin. Anyone know what it is? welcome!
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Florida Museum Nov 14
Here's a more challenging ! Maybe an ? Could be a ? What animal species do you think the people of the Gulf coast area were celebrating with this ceramic adorno? More: 👉 This is # 4 of 13 this month!
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Dr. Katie LaBarbera Dec 26
I've been charged with IDing this bird photographed in early July in a park in Chicago. I'm thinking House Sparrow with exaggerated bill growth - what does everyone else think? Anyone seen bill growth like this?
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Andy May 1
Is part of the gun licence process ? "just a thought"
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Marcel Gil Velasco Jul 18
New post! Sykes's and Egyptian Nightjars: separated at birth, brought together here in my blog.
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Birds in Flight Nov 11
Three new species are now online. All swallow and martin species were also revised. >>>
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