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Common Redpoll (35) (Carduelis flammea) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1137) (Comments - 2726)
Canada (Ontario) Cornwall - Redpolls have been along roadsides feeding in weeds since December but it was only recently that they headed to feeders when heavy snow arrived. Update:. Christmas bird counts in Eastern Ontario did well with redpolls. Several had record numbers with the highest being over 750. Some feeders in the region are now seeing 30-75 birds coming in regularly.
Views: 81
Date: January 31, 2019
Details: Male, Adult
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Common Goldeneye (23) (Bucephala clangula) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1137) (Comments - 2726)
Canada (Ontario) Ottawa - In winter, in a year when subjects can be hard to find, you take what you can get. What you can't see is the degree of difficulty shooting down on the subject from a pedestrian bridge where the railing interferes with the lens (on tripod) on a brisk winter afternoon at -14C.
Views: 75
Date: January 2, 2019
Details: Male, Adult
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Western Gull (7) (Larus occidentalis) User: lou_dav  (See all photos - 1086) (Comments - 733)
United States (Washington) Ocean Shores WA. This is almost certainly a Western X Glaucous-winged Hybrid. They're called Olympic Gulls as they are common on the Olympic Peninsula.
Views: 152
Date: July 26, 2018
Details: Hybrid
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Common Tern (33) (Sterna hirundo) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1137) (Comments - 2726)
Canada (Ontario) Long Sault - Common yes but I couldn't pass up these birds in such good light.
Views: 181
Date: July 12, 2018
Details: Adult
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Forster's Tern (16) (Sterna forsteri) User: Chris  (See all photos - 1463) (Comments - 4429)
Canada (Ontario) Another low-light shot, just before sunset. I probably wouldn't have uploaded, however this provided a unique comparison of the Forster's and Common Tern right next to each other. The Forster's has lighter wing tips, slightly more orange bill, deeper forked tail. Long Point, Ontario, Canada.
Views: 144
Date: May 14, 2018
Details: Multiple species
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Common Loon / Great Northern Diver (45) (Gavia immer) User: lou_dav  (See all photos - 1086) (Comments - 733)
United States (Washington) Lighthouse Marine Park, Point Roberts WA This bird has moulted into Alternate plumage while the others here are still in Basic.
Views: 136
Date: March 11, 2018
Details: Summer plumage, Adult
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Blue-gray Tanager (23) (Thraupis episcopus) User: Sue  (See all photos - 3274) (Comments - 2806)
Ecuador This is the most common species of tanager in the Neotropics. The subspecies on the eastern slopes of the Andes has white wing-bars. Copalinga Lodge,Zamora
Views: 387
Date: March 8, 2017
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Common Tern (33) (Sterna hirundo) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1137) (Comments - 2726)
Canada (Ontario) Lancaster - a common bird but captured at an interesting moment.
Views: 549
Date: June 11, 2017
Details: Adult
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Great Horned Owl (20) (Bubo virginianus) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1137) (Comments - 2726)
Canada (Ontario) Kingston - This is perhaps the most common view of a Great Horned Owl for birders in eastern Canada, unless it is on its nest. The silhouette is unmistakable. In the West it seems to be more common to find them exposed in the daytime.
Views: 818
Date: April 5, 2016
Details: Adult
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Styan's Bulbul (1) (Pycnonotus taivanus)
Vulnerable
User: jimmyhu  (See all photos - 70) (Comments - 3)
Taiwan Styan's bulbul is one of the endemic species of Taiwan, only abundance in the southern tip and eastern valley area where I made a recent trip to. The feather, habit and behavior were very similar to more common white-vented bulbul except of lacking whiter spot on the hind section of the head. This bird had a black head and nap area and white feather on the face. At the base of mouth, there is a small spot of red/orange spot. Because of interbreeding problem with more common Chinese bulbul, this species already extinct in some eastern part of Taiwan and considered as a vulnerable species status now.
Views: 785
Date: March 16, 2016
Details: Unknown gender, Adult
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Blackpoll Warbler (13) (Dendroica striata) User: lou_dav  (See all photos - 1086) (Comments - 733)
Canada (Newfoundland-Labrador) Western Brook Pond, Gros Morne National Park. This was the only area in Newfoundland where songbirds were common. This was a lifer for me.
Views: 650
Date: July 6, 2015
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Common Redpoll (35) (Carduelis flammea) User: lou_dav  (See all photos - 1086) (Comments - 733)
Canada (Newfoundland-Labrador) L'anse Aux Meadows National Historic Site, NL A few birds popped up in the parking lot when I did some pishing. Only second time I've ever seen this Eastern species.
Views: 699
Date: July 4, 2015
Details: Male
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Japanese White-eye (1) (Zosterops japonicus) User: jimmyhu  (See all photos - 70) (Comments - 3)
Taiwan This is very common little bird in Taiwan and the country of Eastern Asia. They may form a large flock. I saw near 100 birds flying from a tree to the other. Have nice voice and love to eat flowers' pedal in the Spring.
Views: 668
Date: May 6, 2014
Details: Unknown gender, Summer plumage
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Arctic Tern (3) (Sterna paradisaea) User: lou_dav  (See all photos - 1086) (Comments - 733)
Canada (Newfoundland-Labrador) Saint Vincent's-St. Stephen's-Peter's River Not sure why this town has 3 names. This was an unexpected lifer, I did not identify them until I was back home. I assumed they were Common Terns when I saw them.
Views: 720
Date: June 29, 2015
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Eastern Spot-billed Duck (2) (Anas zonorhyncha) User: jimmyhu  (See all photos - 70) (Comments - 3)
Taiwan This is a very common dabbling duck in Taiwan, usually mixed with other ducks at the edge of rivers and ponds. Male and female were similar. This species is widely distributed in Eastern Asia.
Views: 687
Date: May 31, 2013
Details: Unknown gender, Summer plumage
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