[TN-Bird] Re: ID help
- From: Michael Todd <birder1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: Sam Harboldt <sharboldt@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 10 May 2022 16:03:04 +0000 (UTC)
Good eye, yes you do! I hadn't even noticed that while looking at the pic on my
phone. Good way to separate Semi/Western from the other small peeps, especially
if the possibility of Little/Red-necked is in the mix. Generally, to separate
those two from our other peeps, there are usually more obvious features but if
seen that well, that will clinch it!
On Monday, May 9, 2022, 11:32:42 PM CDT, Sam Harboldt <sharboldt@xxxxxxxxx>
Don’t I see some webbing between toes?
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On May 9, 2022, at 10:01 PM, birder1 <birder1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Your 2nd choice was right, it is a Semipalmted. White-rumped would have
noticeably longer primaries, markings extending to the flanks and typically a
little more colorful above overall; not quite as monotone as a Semi like this.
There is also a subtle difference to shape of bill, and in a photo this good
normally the reddish spot at base of lower bill would be evident. Gotta love
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From: Jerry Webb <jerryspickinparlor@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: 5/9/22 20:18 (GMT-06:00)
Subject: [TN-Bird] ID help
Can't make up my mind on this one. I think its a White-rumped, but might be a
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