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Old 07-27-2020, 01:19 AM   #111
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^ Well, that was taken by my Dad on his camera phone, so no better luck! With that image though, I assumed it was likely some sort of wading bird/heron, but could find nothing matching it...

OK, now this one might be easier. I found it today on the ground, after which it flew up on this branch and has stayed there ever since (I think it may be hurt)...
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Old 07-27-2020, 07:21 AM   #112
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It's probably a juvenile waiting for its parents to feed it. I wouldn't assume it's hurt or abandoned.
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I'd guess it to be a young white winged dove not able to fly on it's own much yet See: Dove Central
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A common yellowthroat, I believe...not common to me! I was thrilled to see one in our yard.
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Pretty bird...
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