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Swallow-tailed Kite, Barnstable County (Cape Cod), Massachusetts, South Truro, April 18, 2015

www,flickr.com/photos/jeff_offermann/

Jeffrey Offermann

Amateur photographer
http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeff_offermann/
© Jeffrey Offermann
United States
Swallow-tailed Kite

Mew Gull (apparent Kamchatka), CT, Oyster River, 15 April 2015

Shorebirder
More photos on blog

Nick Bonomo

Amateur photographer

© Nick Bonomo
Mew Gull (apparent Kamchatka)

Mississippi Kite, San Diego, Dairy Mart Rd. San Diego, Apr 5, 2015

Tsuru Bird / Mammal Photography
Juvenile Mississippi Kite - quite early date as well. http://www.tsuru-bird.net 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 55 years. 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
Mississippi Kite

Mississippi Kite, San Diego, Dairy Mart Rd. San Diego, Apr 5, 2015

Tsuru Bird / Mammal Photography
Juvenile Mississippi Kite - quite early date as well. http://www.tsuru-bird.net 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 55 years. 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
Mississippi Kite

Ruff, Los Angeles, San Pedro, CA, 5th April 2015

Kiwifoto.com

Christopher Taylor

Professional photographer
http://www.kiwifoto.com/
© Christopher Taylor
USA
Ruff

"Intergrade" Green-winged Teal, Yellowstone Co., Montana, North of Billings, 3 April 2015

http://www.flickr.com/photos/birdmansomers
There have been but a handful of Common or intergrade teal seen in Montana.

Daniel Casey

Amateur photographer

© Daniel Casey
"Intergrade" Green-winged Teal

Whooper Swan, Labrador, near Goose Bay, 27 March 2015


Photographed by Jason Barnes on 27 March the bird arrived at a wilderness construction site on 26 March. It died and was scavenged by a fox before being salvage and preserved. The species is migrating to Iceland during March. This appears to be the first wild occurrence of the species in eastern North America.

Bruce Mactavish

Amateur photographer

© Bruce Mactavish
Whooper Swan

Possible Red-backed Shrike, Mendocino County, California, Mouth of Alder Creek, Manchester,, 19 March 2015

More photos
Present since 5 March when found by Alison Cebula. Originally thought to be a Brown Shrike (L. cristatus) but more recent photos show freshly molted tail feathers that are more consistent with Red-backed Shrike. Stubby new dark tail feathers are visible in this image. If confirmed this would be a first for North America.

Joe Morlan

Amateur photographer
http://fog.ccsf.edu/~jmorlan/
© Joe Morlan
USA
Possible Red-backed Shrike

Common Snipe, Newfoundland, Ferryland, March 24, 2015

http://alvanbuckley.blogspot.ca/2015/03/probable-common-snipe.html
Would appreciate thoughts on the ID of this bird. Seen with Wilson's Snipe to the Left. More photos at link above.

Alvan Buckley

Amateur photographer

© Alvan Buckley
Common Snipe

Red-breasted Merganser, Cook County,IL, Belmont Harbor, Chicago, March 9th,2014

http://www.flickr.com/photos/44256451@N06/

Clara Coen

Amateur photographer

© Clara Coen
Red-breasted Merganser

"v-nigrum" Common Eider, St. Shott's, Newfoundland, March 8, 2015

http://alvanbuckley.blogspot.ca/2015/03/v-nigrum-common-eider.html
The 3rd record of this Pacific ocean sub-species for the Atlantic ocean.

Alvan Buckley

Amateur photographer

© Alvan Buckley
"v-nigrum" Common Eider

Gray-crowned Yellowthroat, Texas, Estero Llano Grande State Park, Weslaco, Texas, March 8th, 2015

http://www.tsuru-bird.net
Gray-crowned Yellowthroat at Estero Llano Grande State Park, Texas. 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 55 years. 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
Gray-crowned Yellowthroat

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