Just for fun. What bird is this? -SLB
Just for fun.
What is the species of this bird?
Hi, my post is once again about a bird seen at Fort De Soto Park in west central Florida. An expert who saw it said he was not sure whether it was a year round bird or a species rare in this area, so I am only asking if you know the species. -SLB
Hi, I am hoping someone can ID this bird based on its shape, possible color and the fact that it was seen April 17, 2014 at Fort De Soto on the west central coast of Florida during spring migration. -SLB
What is this bird?
Hi, it is still spring migration in Florida. This photo was taken at Fort De Soto Park, central west coast of Florida April 17, 2014. This bird is the quiz of the month species. What is it? -SLB
Bird of the Month Quiz
This identification has me vacillating between a Yellow-throated Warbler and Northern Parula, both of which are passing through my area of Florida in their migration. This photo was taken at Fort De Soto, Gulf Coast, central Florida March 18, 2014. Any help would be much appreciated. -.SLB
Here are two photos that were taken March 18, 2014, at Fort De Soto park’s North Beach area. Warbler or Vireo? They appear (but could be the same?) to be different birds, but the same species. Is there a green band on the leg of one? What species? Thanks for all the help. SLB
What Bird Is This Part One, Is there a band on the left leg?
What Bird Is
What is this bird that was flying over the Gulf of Mexico?
I went to Indians Rocks, Gulf of Mexico, central Florida Feb. 15 on a very windy day when it was a bit chilly. I was hoping to see a couple of pelagic birds. Is this one?
I also saw this bird on the beach today, and I think I know what it is, but am not positive. It was running back and forth in a zig zag motion in the low surf. Shorebirds in their non-breeding plumage can be flummoxing for me. -SLB
What is this shorebird that is smaller than the Short-billed Dowitcher it ran past?