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04 Aug: @ 16:21:05 
Field Guide to the Birds of Brazil [Fred Sladen]
04 Aug: @ 13:53:01 
YB Cuckoo [Robert Rotberg]
03 Aug: @ 11:27:01 
Bird study [Carolyn Payzant]
03 Aug: @ 09:19:52 
FW: Who knew [Cook Anderson]
03 Aug: @ 08:11:06 
Cheeps of four, Richmond [Joshua Jarvis]
02 Aug: @ 15:58:19 
Red Crossbills, Richmond [Joshua Jarvis]
02 Aug: @ 12:28:23 
For all Loon lovers! [loonphotog]
02 Aug: @ 08:15:02 
Young male Downy Woodpecker drinking hummingbird sugar water [Dana Fox]
01 Aug: @ 13:51:32 
Red breasted nuthatch in Concord [Anne Ryc]
01 Aug: @ 10:37:30 
Little Blue Heron/Acadian/Red Crossbill/Saltmarsh Sparrow in Durham 5 MR [Dorsey, Kurk]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]
01 Aug: @ 04:16:45 
finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills? [Joshua Jarvis]





Subject: Field Guide to the Birds of Brazil
Date: Tue Aug 4 2020 16:21 pm
From: fwsladen AT gmail.com
 
A free copy, brand new, 2009 edition, by Ber van Perlo, available. Email me at fwsladen@gmail.com if you are interested. I'll pay the postage.
Fred SladenNorth Sutton





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Subject: YB Cuckoo
Date: Tue Aug 4 2020 13:53 pm
From: rirotberg AT gmail.com
 
heard for 10 minutes, but not seen

Robert Rotberg
Madison, NH

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Subject: Bird study
Date: Mon Aug 3 2020 11:27 am
From: carolynpayzant AT gmail.com
 
FYI
Great Courses www.thegreatcourses.com has a program called The National Geographic Guild to Birding in NorthAmerica". It appears to be a good program for beginning and intermediate birders and a good refresher for those of you who are advanced birders. Currently the cost is $25 for the entire lecture series.
I am air playing it to my 52 tv. So am able to see everything in detail.
Carolyn PayzantHackett Hill area.Manchester






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Subject: FW: Who knew
Date: Mon Aug 3 2020 9:19 am
From: hca314 AT myfairpoint.net
 
NO ONE MADE YOU KEEP READING....



Subject: Cheeps of four, Richmond
Date: Mon Aug 3 2020 8:11 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
Yesterday after the red crossbill sighting at mud pond in Richmond I thought I heard that distinct grouping of four to five cheeps when I got home at Fish Hatchery Rd. However I hate doing sound based IDs especially for birds I do not have much experience with.
I just awoke from falling asleep lounging on the deck to that same grouping of four cheeps from the pines and saw a finch take off overhead cheeping that call. I did not see it clearly enough for a visual ID but I am suspecting that it was another crossbill. My nemesis bird from two years ago is now suddenly everywhere.






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Subject: Red Crossbills, Richmond
Date: Sun Aug 2 2020 15:58 pm
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
This week my total crossbill sightings doubled. I saw some again, this a time on Land Rd in Richmond where two briefly stopped in a pine by mud pond.




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Subject: For all Loon lovers!
Date: Sun Aug 2 2020 12:28 pm
From: loonphotog AT comcast.net
 
An 8 Loon parade tremelos as a juvie eagle flies overhead.




https://youtu.be/IrVML-28Rp4








John Rockwood



On 07/29/2020 9:59 AM loonphotog@comcast.net wrote:











I got out on the lake before yeserday's rain. Nobody there but me and the loons. A first for this summer.

Got to visit with a raft 10 of adult loons.


https://youtu.be/EtggoPyOG68






After the chicks have hatched or the nests fail, the adults tend to gather most mornings for an hour or so. If one of the pairs has surviving chicks one of the parents stays with the chicks while the other visits the group. As the chicks get older both parents go off until time to feed the chicks.





John Rockwood



Subject: Young male Downy Woodpecker drinking hummingbird sugar water
Date: Sun Aug 2 2020 8:15 am
From: dana.fox1939 AT gmail.com
 
Yesterday, a young Downy Woodpecker feed frequently from my hummingbird feeder - once when I stood two feet away. This feeder hangs at the corner of my cabin which is right along the lake. Why when he had his favorite black sunflower seeds near-by?
Earlier in the summer the adult Downy and Hairy Woodpeckers introduced their young to my sunflower seeds. The adults would fly to a near-by knarled lump an a birch tree where they would crack open the seeds and feed the kernel to the young.

He shared the feeder with three hummingbirds - a male and two females.

I last saw him at the feeder when a female Sharp-shinned Hawk attempted to pick him off.Those Sharpies and Cooper's Hawks normally favor my Blue Jays and Mourning Doves.
Dana Duxbury-FoxLower Beech PondTuftonboro NH




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Subject: Red breasted nuthatch in Concord
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 13:51 pm
From: annehadshi AT gmail.com
 
Seen on a tree in my yard in West Concord. First time I see one this year.Anne H.




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Subject: Little Blue Heron/Acadian/Red Crossbill/Saltmarsh Sparrow in Durham 5 MR
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 10:37 am
From: Kurk.Dorsey AT unh.edu
 
Birders

My morning dog walk to the Woodridge Playing fields was a success (I returned with as many dogs and squeaky balls as I had when I left). There were also a few surprising birds, with a staccato-drumming sapsucker as the biggest plus, followed by a white-throated
sparrow and RB nuthatch.





With that good start, I headed back to Oyster River Forest, where the walk in was what one might expect for August in terms of birds. The Acadian was in the same spot, squeaking away from the little rill that runs under the bridge and into the river out in
the big field. The walk out was fantastic. I stopped to listen to what I first thought was a Canada Warbler but then concluded was more likely a Chestnut-sided that was not quite sure of its lyrics, when I heard a distant duet of great-horned owls (after
8 AM in August--very strange--must be college birds pulling an owl-nighter) and the kip-kipping of a lone Red Crossbill.





Gile Road Marsh in Lee was very birdy, but the Acadian there was not calling. I did catch a gimpse of a flycatcher near its original spot, but I didn't get a good enough look to be sure it was the Acadian. So it might still be there. Other than having 2
RB nuthatches there, the highlight was hearing some really loud, bad music (think Jimi Hendrix at Woodstock done really incompetently) from down Gile Road. At one point the music stopped and a flood of cursing followed; I am really curious whether that was
the musician or the neighbors, but I'm betting the neighbors. Actually, the river otter there was probably a better highlight (and a better guitarist).







I then went down to Lubberland Creek in Newmarket to see what was in the saltmarsh. One saltmarsh sparrow sang once, and a greater yellowlegs dropped in, but by far the most memorable part was the swarm of mosquitoes that escorted me to and from the marsh.
I think I know where the Pawtuckaway insects have gone for vacation.





Finally, Surrey Lane Marsh had an immature Little Blue Heron along with a mob of killdeer and a few other common shorebirds. The Great Egrets seem to have gone to Phil's neighborhood.







Kurk Dorsey

Durham



Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
finch





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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
finch





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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
finch





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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
finch





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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
finch





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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
finch





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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
finch





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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
finch





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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
finch





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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
finch





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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
finch





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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
finch





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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
finch





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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
finch





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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
finch





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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
finch





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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
finch





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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
finch





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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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Subject: finches in Swanzey. Are these crossbills?
Date: Sat Aug 1 2020 4:16 am
From: menasor77 AT gmail.com
 
I was by the airport in Swanzey when I saw alot of activity in the trees. It was at the limits of my cameras zoom focus so the photo is poor quality. The finches were reddish like purple finches but the open mouth reveals a nasty beak. Are these crossbills?
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