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*Eurasian* Whimbrel, Cape Race, Newfoundland, 22 May 2016


Very similar in appearance to the North American Whimbrel when at rest.

Bruce Mactavish

Amateur photographer

© Bruce Mactavish
*Eurasian* Whimbrel

*Eurasian* Whimbrel, Cape Race, Newfoundland, 22 May 2016


The white slash up the lower back and pale areas in the wings make this bird look very different from the North American Whimbrel when in flight. However the call of this bird sounded identical. Found By Ethel Dempsey

Bruce Mactavish

Amateur photographer

© Bruce Mactavish
 *Eurasian* Whimbrel

Gray Heron, Comfort Cove, Notre Dame Bay, Newfoundland, 20 May 2016


Noted by locals on 16 May. Word reached birders on 19 May. Thought to be same bird present at Bonavista 170 km to the Southeast on 6-7 May 2016. Third record for Newfoundland. This is a long distant crop in heat haze but you can see the patented white thighs.

Bruce Mactavish

Amateur photographer

© Bruce Mactavish
Gray Heron

Black-tailed Godwit, Bonavista, Newfoundland, 21 May 2016


One of three dull coloured female-like birds present. Found today by Jon Joy. A semi-regular spring vagrant from Iceland to Newfoundland.

Bruce Mactavish

Amateur photographer

© Bruce Mactavish
Black-tailed Godwit

KIRTLAND'S WARBLER, MACOMB COUNTY, MICHIGAN, STERLING HEIGHTS NATURE CENTER, 16 MAY 2016


SECOND-CALENDAR YEAR BIRD DUE TO SPOTTING ON BREAST (SOURCE: THE KIRTLAND'S WARBLER, HAROLD MAYFIELD, 1960). A RARE MIGRANT ANYWHERE:SECOND KNOWN SIGHTING IN 43 YEARS FOR MACOMB COUNTY, MICHIGAN.

Alan Ryff

Amateur photographer

© Alan Ryff
KIRTLAND'S WARBLER

Ruff, Hancock County, Indiana, Near McCordsville, May 8, 2016


One day roadside bird found by Don Gorney (the 3rd Ruff this spring for Indiana)

Terry Walsh

Amateur photographer

taw327@att.net
© Terry Walsh
USA
Ruff

Black-capped Gnatcatcher, Arizona, Patagonia Lake State Park, April 2016

http://www.zootherabirding.com
Crippling views on the recent Zoothera Birding visit to fabulous Arizona.

Nick Bray - Zoothera Birding

Amateur photographer
http://www.zootherabirding.com
Owner of Zoothera Birding
© Nick Bray - Zoothera Birding
UK
Black-capped Gnatcatcher

Cuban Vireo, Florida, Fort Zachary Taylor, Key West, 4/19/2016


First ID by Carl Goodrich; Murray Gardler, Lee & Tharson Dunn and Mark Hedden involved. Carl ID'd the bird after chasing the song for 20 minutes with the Dunns before a sighting was made an a picture taken by MARK. CARL ID'd the biird

MURRAY GARDLER

Amateur photographer

© MURRAY GARDLER
Cuban Vireo

Cuban Vireo (Vireo gundlachii), Florida, Ft. Zachary State Park, Key West, 20 April, 2016

Tsuru Bird-Mammal Website
Cuban Vireo found by Mark Hedden. Photos copyright Monte M. Taylor

Monte Taylor

Professional photographer
http://www.tsuru-bird.net
Monte Taylor is a Canon Professional Photographer. He began his interest in birds and nature at the age of 9 years. That interest grew into wildlife photography which he has pursued now for over 57 years. Now standing at nearly 850 species of birds photographed within the ABA. His images have been published in National Geographic, National Audubon Society Books, Field Guides and Magazines, Birding, Western Birds, and numerous other books, magazines, periodicals internationally, CD's, DVD's, and research papers over the last 40 years. His accomplishments include photographing nearly all (over 840 species) of the expected bird species, including many of the rarest, in North America. To that he has added many of the large mammals, cetaceans, and sea mammals and expanded into species from Japan, China. Hong Kong, Thailand, east Asia, and the Bahamas. He has also been in the number one position on the most photographed birds in the American Birding Association area (North America) for the last several years. At present he has over 980,000 stock images of these species (and sub-species) in different poses, age groups, and activities. His travels have taken him to each state and province on the North American continent, north of Mexico (and Mexico as well), including many trips to Japan, China, Hong Kong, Thailand, east Asia, and the Bahamas. His most favorite places are Alaska (most favorite), California, southeastern Arizona, Florida, Ohio, Texas, Japan, China, British Columbia, Ontario, and Nova Scotia, Canada, Japan, China, and Thailand. http://www.tsuru-bird.net (Bird and Mammal Website - including Cetaceans and Others from North America, Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, China, and the Bahamas) http://www.tsuru-bird.net/image.htm (Individual Species list / links)
© Monte Taylor
US
Cuban Vireo (Vireo gundlachii)

Cuban Vireo (Vireo gundlachii), Florida, Ft. Zachary State Park, Key West, 20 April, 2016

Tsuru Bird-Mammal Website
Cuban Vireo found by Mark Hedden. Photos copyright Monte M. Taylor

Monte Taylor

Professional photographer
http://www.tsuru-bird.net
Monte Taylor is a Canon Professional Photographer. He began his interest in birds and nature at the age of 9 years. That interest grew into wildlife photography which he has pursued now for over 57 years. Now standing at nearly 850 species of birds photographed within the ABA. His images have been published in National Geographic, National Audubon Society Books, Field Guides and Magazines, Birding, Western Birds, and numerous other books, magazines, periodicals internationally, CD's, DVD's, and research papers over the last 40 years. His accomplishments include photographing nearly all (over 840 species) of the expected bird species, including many of the rarest, in North America. To that he has added many of the large mammals, cetaceans, and sea mammals and expanded into species from Japan, China. Hong Kong, Thailand, east Asia, and the Bahamas. He has also been in the number one position on the most photographed birds in the American Birding Association area (North America) for the last several years. At present he has over 980,000 stock images of these species (and sub-species) in different poses, age groups, and activities. His travels have taken him to each state and province on the North American continent, north of Mexico (and Mexico as well), including many trips to Japan, China, Hong Kong, Thailand, east Asia, and the Bahamas. His most favorite places are Alaska (most favorite), California, southeastern Arizona, Florida, Ohio, Texas, Japan, China, British Columbia, Ontario, and Nova Scotia, Canada, Japan, China, and Thailand. http://www.tsuru-bird.net (Bird and Mammal Website - including Cetaceans and Others from North America, Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, China, and the Bahamas) http://www.tsuru-bird.net/image.htm (Individual Species list / links)
© Monte Taylor
US
Cuban Vireo (Vireo gundlachii)

Cuban Vireo (Vireo gundlachii), Florida, Ft. Zachary State Park, Key West, 20 April, 2016

Tsuru Bird-Mammal Website
Cuban Vireo found by Mark Hedden. Photos copyright Monte M. Taylor

Monte Taylor

Professional photographer
http://www.tsuru-bird.net
Monte Taylor is a Canon Professional Photographer. He began his interest in birds and nature at the age of 9 years. That interest grew into wildlife photography which he has pursued now for over 57 years. Now standing at nearly 850 species of birds photographed within the ABA. His images have been published in National Geographic, National Audubon Society Books, Field Guides and Magazines, Birding, Western Birds, and numerous other books, magazines, periodicals internationally, CD's, DVD's, and research papers over the last 40 years. His accomplishments include photographing nearly all (over 840 species) of the expected bird species, including many of the rarest, in North America. To that he has added many of the large mammals, cetaceans, and sea mammals and expanded into species from Japan, China. Hong Kong, Thailand, east Asia, and the Bahamas. He has also been in the number one position on the most photographed birds in the American Birding Association area (North America) for the last several years. At present he has over 980,000 stock images of these species (and sub-species) in different poses, age groups, and activities. His travels have taken him to each state and province on the North American continent, north of Mexico (and Mexico as well), including many trips to Japan, China, Hong Kong, Thailand, east Asia, and the Bahamas. His most favorite places are Alaska (most favorite), California, southeastern Arizona, Florida, Ohio, Texas, Japan, China, British Columbia, Ontario, and Nova Scotia, Canada, Japan, China, and Thailand. http://www.tsuru-bird.net (Bird and Mammal Website - including Cetaceans and Others from North America, Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, China, and the Bahamas) http://www.tsuru-bird.net/image.htm (Individual Species list / links)
© Monte Taylor
US
Cuban Vireo (Vireo gundlachii)

Cuban Vireo (Vireo gundlachii), Florida, Ft. Zachary State Park, Key West, 20 April, 2016

Tsuru Bird-Mammal Website
Cuban Vireo found by Mark Hedden. Photos copyright Monte M. Taylor

Monte Taylor

Professional photographer
http://www.tsuru-bird.net
Monte Taylor is a Canon Professional Photographer. He began his interest in birds and nature at the age of 9 years. That interest grew into wildlife photography which he has pursued now for over 57 years. Now standing at nearly 850 species of birds photographed within the ABA. His images have been published in National Geographic, National Audubon Society Books, Field Guides and Magazines, Birding, Western Birds, and numerous other books, magazines, periodicals internationally, CD's, DVD's, and research papers over the last 40 years. His accomplishments include photographing nearly all (over 840 species) of the expected bird species, including many of the rarest, in North America. To that he has added many of the large mammals, cetaceans, and sea mammals and expanded into species from Japan, China. Hong Kong, Thailand, east Asia, and the Bahamas. He has also been in the number one position on the most photographed birds in the American Birding Association area (North America) for the last several years. At present he has over 980,000 stock images of these species (and sub-species) in different poses, age groups, and activities. His travels have taken him to each state and province on the North American continent, north of Mexico (and Mexico as well), including many trips to Japan, China, Hong Kong, Thailand, east Asia, and the Bahamas. His most favorite places are Alaska (most favorite), California, southeastern Arizona, Florida, Ohio, Texas, Japan, China, British Columbia, Ontario, and Nova Scotia, Canada, Japan, China, and Thailand. http://www.tsuru-bird.net (Bird and Mammal Website - including Cetaceans and Others from North America, Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, China, and the Bahamas) http://www.tsuru-bird.net/image.htm (Individual Species list / links)
© Monte Taylor
US
Cuban Vireo (Vireo gundlachii)

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