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Groove-billed Ani, Denver County, Colorado, Sand Creek, 8 Sept. 2019


Found by Jason Bidgood. Last seen in Colorado ~39 years ago!

Derek Hill

Amateur photographer

© Derek Hill
Ross's Gull, United States, Barrow,AK, 19-Jun-2018

For more imgaes from Barrow
The ultimate prize of the arctic showed up in Barrow last summer for a few days

Dubi Shapiro

Amateur photographer
http://www.pbase.com/dubisha
© Dubi Shapiro
Ross's Gull, United States, Barrow,AK, 19-Jun-2018

For more imgaes from Barrow
The ultimate prize of the arctic showed up in Barrow in the summer for a few days

Dubi Shapiro

Amateur photographer
http://www.pbase.com/dubisha
© Dubi Shapiro
Ross's Gull, United States, Barrow,AK, 19-Jun-2018

For more imgaes from Barrow
The ultimate prize of the arctic showed up in Barrow last summer for a few days

Dubi Shapiro

Amateur photographer
http://www.pbase.com/dubisha
© Dubi Shapiro
Common Ringed Plover, Orange, California, San Joaquin Marsh, 8/31/19


3rd state record - 2nd day

Andy Birch

Amateur photographer
http://www.surfbirds.com/community-blogs/labirding/
© Andy Birch
Little Stint, Fulton , Illinois, Emiquon NWR, North Globe Unit, 08/05/2019


Very distant photo, but that was as close as he came.

Nolan A Lameka

Amateur photographer

© Nolan A Lameka
BLACK-BACKED WOODPECKER, MARQUETTE COUNTY, MICHIGAN, 20 JUNE 2019

www.flickr.com/photos/snow-shadow/albums/72157709722764062
THIS IS A SCARCE WOODPECKER IN MICHIGAN’S UPPER PENINSULA, RATHER THAN A TRUE RARITY. AT TIMES IT HAS A TRUSTING NATURE TOWARD HUMANS THOUGH IT SEEMS TO BE QUITE ELUSIVE WHEN ONE IS LOOKING FOR THEM. IT WAS THEIR “HOMEBODY” BEHAVIOUR THAT ALERTED ME TO THE POSSIBILITY OF A NEARBY NEST. THE ENTRANCE WAS FACING EAST, 5 FEET ABOVE THE GROUND IN A WHITE SPRUCE, PICEA GLAUCA. AT A DISTANCE OF SEVERAL FEET THE YOUNG COULD BE HEARD CALLING FROM WITHIN THE CAVITY. BOTH SEXES CAME EVERY FEW MINUTES TO FEED THEM. THIS IS THE THIRD NEST I HAVE FOUND IN MICHIGAN.

Alan Ryff

Amateur photographer

© Alan Ryff
BLACK-BACKED WOODPECKER, MARQUETTE COUNTY, MICHIGAN, 20 JUNE 2019

www.flickr.com/photos/snow-shadow/albums/72157709722764062
THIS IS A SCARCE WOODPECKER IN MICHIGAN’S UPPER PENINSULA, RATHER THAN A TRUE RARITY. AT TIMES IT HAS A TRUSTING NATURE TOWARD HUMANS THOUGH IT SEEMS TO BE QUITE ELUSIVE WHEN ONE IS LOOKING FOR IT. IT WAS THEIR “HOMEBODY” BEHAVIOUR THAT ALERTED ME TO THE POSSIBILITY OF A NEARBY NEST. THE ENTRANCE WAS FACING EAST, 5 FEET ABOVE THE GROUND IN A WHITE SPRUCE, PICEA GLAUCA. AT A DISTANCE OF SEVERAL FEET THE YOUNG COULD BE HEARD CALLING FROM WITHIN THE CAVITY. BOTH SEXES CAME EVERY FEW MINUTES TO FEED THEM. THIS IS THE THIRD NEST I HAVE FOUND IN MICHIGAN.

Alan Ryff

Amateur photographer

© Alan Ryff
Common Ringed Plover, British Columbia, Tsawwassen, July 15 2019

Miechel Tabak

Amateur photographer

© Miechel Tabak
Townsend's Storm-Petrel, Ventura, Island Packers Pelagic, 7/14/19

Andy Birch

Amateur photographer
http://www.surfbirds.com/community-blogs/labirding/
© Andy Birch
Townsend's Storm-Petrel, Ventura, Island Packers Pelagic, 7/14/19

Andy Birch

Amateur photographer
http://www.surfbirds.com/community-blogs/labirding/
© Andy Birch
Red-legged Thrush, Miami-Dade, FL, South Point Park, 6/27/19


Found by Frank Schena on 6/26. Third state record, first county record.

Roberto Torres

Amateur photographer

© Roberto Torres
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