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Xiaoxuan Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Xiaoxuan 서울, Republic of Korea3 hours ago

Eurasian red squirrel

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Unknown spotting commented on by Xiaoxuan Orlando, Florida, USA3 hours ago

Okapi


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Unknown spotting commented on by Xiaoxuan Zumba, Provincia de Zamora Chinchipe, Ecuador3 hours ago

Never mind....it's a fasciated wren...I messed up my countries...

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Unknown spotting commented on by Xiaoxuan Zumba, Provincia de Zamora Chinchipe, Ecuador3 hours ago

I'd say gray-barred wren...


Xiaoxuan Red-crested pochard
Red-crested pochard commented on by Xiaoxuan Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany22 hours ago

Common pochard...not red-cresred...

Xiaoxuan Mandarin Duck (female)
Mandarin Duck (female) commented on by Xiaoxuan San Francisco, California, USA4 days ago

This is actually a mandarin duck...you can tell from the facial feathers...

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Unknown spotting commented on by Xiaoxuan Texas, USA4 days ago

Fox sparrow

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Unknown spotting commented on by Xiaoxuan Delhi, Delhi, India4 days ago

Definitely yellow-footed green pigeon...

Xiaoxuan Lesser coucal
Lesser coucal commented on by Xiaoxuan Uttarakhand, Indiaa week ago

Lesser coucal

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Unknown spotting commented on by Xiaoxuan South Carolina, USA2 weeks ago

http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Harri...

The only bird that fits the description that is US native is the Harris's Hawk...the distinctive rufous wing patches are unmistakable and are shared with no other hawk...although they aren't native to South Carolina, they are native to the US...they are also very popular with falconers because of how easy they are to train...based on your photo, this bird probably belongs to a falconer or a zoo right? There is a chance that they got it from somewhere else or a breeding program...