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Apr 15, 2015 18:56 |  #2

The second is a brown creeper, a bird I've never been able to find! Great job!


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Apr 15, 2015 19:01 |  #3

J.Litton wrote in post #17518900 (external link)
The second is a brown creeper, a bird I've never been able to find! Great job!

Thanks very much!


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Apr 16, 2015 01:19 |  #4

First one looks like a song sparrow. Second is a brown creeper.


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Beekeeper wrote in post #17519298 (external link)
First one looks like a song sparrow. Second is a brown creeper.

Thanks!


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Apr 16, 2015 06:53 |  #6

Beekeeper wrote in post #17519298 (external link)
First one looks like a song sparrow. Second is a brown creeper.

You just made my day! :) I would have got the brown creeper right for sure, but wasn't 100% on the song sparrow so I didn't chime in. But I got the song sparrow! I find the sparrows a tough bunch to ID...like shore birds.


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Apr 16, 2015 12:09 |  #7

Lovely shots, envious of your creeper, I find them very had to shoot.


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Apr 16, 2015 12:21 |  #8

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Lovely shots, envious of your creeper, I find them very had to shoot.

Thanks very much. Here are a couple more from the series.


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Apr 18, 2015 01:25 as a reply to  @ Trvlr323's post |  #9

Nice job. It seems the only time I see creepers low enough to shoot is just before sunrise.


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