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45. White-winged scoter 1/26 Sachuest Point NWR RI, USA

 

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46. Great cormorant 1/26 Sachuest Point NWR RI, USA

 

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47. Harlequin duck 1/26 Sachuest Point NWR RI, USA

 

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48. Brant 1/26 Sachuest Point NWR RI, USA

 

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49. Fish crow taking a bath 1/26 Sachuest Point NWR RI, USA

 

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50. Eastern bluebird 1/27 Northwest CT, USA

 

male and female checking out the real eastate

 

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TonyQ

Wow, 50 already- well done.

A lovely bird to reach that number.

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Kitsafari

wow the bluebird is stunning!

super to see birds from the US of A - almost all new species for me. fairly racing ahead. 

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Galana

Congratulations n the half century. Some nice birds there  although I am finding the 'american' names hard to follow.

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Zim Girl

Lovely Harlequin ducks, and well done on 50 already

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1 hour ago, Galana said:

Congratulations n the half century. Some nice birds there  although I am finding the 'american' names hard to follow.

 @Galana Thank you. I could post the scientific names as well, but I don't think that would help much. There is a lot of debate about what is a species and the difference between subspecies and races. And whenever a graduate student gets hold of a DNA sequencer, everything changes again! Just wait a year or so, and these will have different names, both common and scientific!

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elefromoz

@roseclaw, congrats on 50 "homebirds" already. Im keeping busy on Google maps tracking everyones birding locations. Harlequins are so pretty...

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51. Canada goose, Northwest CT, USA 2/2

 

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Next week, I'm off to the lower Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, so at the end of the month, there will be a lot of brightly colored birds here. Watch this space!

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52. Rock pigeon, Northwest CT, USA 2/3

 

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53. European starling, Northwest CT, USA 2/3

 

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54. Pileated woodpecker (at dusk) Northwest CT, USA 2/3

 

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Back from Mexico with a whole bunch of bird photos to process. Saw over 100 species, which was a small number for the location, but not terrible for three days. I have photos of about 2/3 of them. However, I'm also in the middle of moving into a new house, so it might take a while to post everything.

 

Do dead birds count? Asking for a friend... who is me.

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55. Couch's Kingbird Cancun, QR, Mexico 2/12 

 

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56. Eurasian Collared Dove Cancun, QR, Mexico 2/12

 

 

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57. Blue-gray tanager Muyil, QR, Mexico

 

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58. Great Kiskadee Muyil, QR, Mexico 2/13

 

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Found a nest a day later in Tulum.

 

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59. Hooded warbler Muyil, QR, Mexico 2/13

 

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60. White-bellied Emerald  Muyil, QR, Mexico 2/13

 

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61. Turquoise-browed Motmot Muyil, QR, Mexico 2/13

 

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