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Spring Catch-up Post

all seasons in one day

Hopefully these photos from recent my Oak Park bird Walks & bird surveys will bring joy to you to start off your week right!

To reserve spots at Oak Park Bird Walks, email me!
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Male AMERICAN GOLDFINCH:
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CHIPPING SPARROW:
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RUBY-CROWNED KINGLET:
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DARK-EYED JUNCO:
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SWAMP SPARROW:
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Red-tailed Hawk? Or something else?
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MOURNING DOVES:
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FIELD SPARROW:
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HERMIT THRUSH:
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SOLITARY SANDPIPER:
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Male WHITE-THROATED SPARROW:
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Male BROWN THRASHER:
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Male YELLOW-BELLIED SAPSUCKER:
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Immature male PURPLE FINCH with apple blossoms:
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COOPER'S HAWK, then one shown at nest:
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HOUSE WREN:
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Male EASTERN TOWHEE:
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Male CHIPPING SPARROW:
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Male AMERICAN GOLDFINCHES:
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Good birding!
Henry
World Life List: 929 Species (no recent life birds)

Posted by skwclar 19:26 Archived in USA

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Beautiful photos, especially the ones of the goldfinch! Also, your hawk looks like an extra pale red tailed.

by Isoo

I agree about the pale red-tailed hawk. That's like the ones on my property in SW Wisconsin. Best of birding! Liz

by Liz Cifani

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