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Liam

Liam

19 year old bird fanatic and amateur photog. Currently a NOAH Ranger and enjoying every minute I spend on the site.

Georgia, USA

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Liam Northern Pygmy-Owl
Northern Pygmy-Owl commented on by Liam Oregon, USA4 years ago

Thanks all!

Liam Northern Pygmy-Owl
Northern Pygmy-Owl commented on by Liam Oregon, USA5 years ago

Thanks

Liam Northern Pygmy-Owl
Northern Pygmy-Owl commented on by Liam Oregon, USA5 years ago

Thank you, Luis!

Liam Whiskered Screech-Owl
Whiskered Screech-Owl commented on by Liam Arizona, USA5 years ago

Oh hi, Caleb. Didn't know you were on here.

Liam Red-shouldered Hawk
Red-shouldered Hawk commented on by Liam Newtown Township, penna, USA6 years ago

I can't clearly make out much from this picture alone, but I believe I see transparent "windows" in the primaries, indicating Red-shouldered. No dark patagial markings or belly band that I can see should eliminate Red-tailed.

Liam Domestic mallard - Swedish + Call duck
Domestic mallard - Swedish + Call duck commented on by Liam Boca Raton, Florida, USA6 years ago

It is a pure Mallard, but it has a number of different breeds in it, including Swedish and Call. Call Ducks are a "miniature" version of standard breeds and typically have shorter heads and bills and more rounded bodies. I would call this an adult drake.

Liam Swainson's Hawk
Swainson's Hawk commented on by Liam Calgary, Alberta, Canada6 years ago

Both Ferruginous and Rough-legged would be feathered down the tarsus to the feet. Proportions and facial markings don't match for Peregrine Falcon.
This is an immature Swainson's Hawk.

Liam Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Liam Riverside, California, USA7 years ago

White-throated Swifts are rarely seen anywhere but the skies. Can you give us more information on the circumstances of this bird? I'm curious.

Liam Southern House Wren
Southern House Wren commented on by Liam BNI, Bolivia7 years ago

House Wren is correct, but looks like an adult. I would say it has feather loss possibly due to molt.

Liam Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Liam Águas Claras, DF, Brazil7 years ago

Antshrike, either Planalto Slaty or Variable. Planalto Slaty seem to show more extensive white on the flights. I would tentatively say Variable based on that, but another shot showing the back more clearly would help, if available.

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