Photo Quiz

June 2012 Photo Quiz Answers

1.  From the basic shape and posture of the bird, we can tell that it is some sort of heron. The colors and the fact that the picture was taken in Georgia in June eliminate read more >>

June 2012 Photo Quiz Answers2012-06-14T13:08:00-04:00

February 2012 Photo Quiz Answers

Ready to see if you were correct? See how your guesses match up with ABA Young Birder Blog Student Editor Tristan Weinbrenner! 1. July 26, 2011, Estes Park, Boulder County, CO. Photo by Sam Fason. read more >>

February 2012 Photo Quiz Answers2012-02-03T20:00:33-05:00

February 2012 Photo Quiz

Test your identification skills with these three challenging photos! Feel free to discuss in the comments section below, on Facebook, or in real life. Answers will be posted on Friday. 1. July 26, 2011, Estes read more >>

February 2012 Photo Quiz2012-02-01T11:31:00-05:00

Photo Quiz Answers

by Tristan Weinbrenner Ready for the answers to last week's photo quiz? Read on for a walk through with The Eyrie Student Blog Editor Tristan Weinbrenner and see if your guesses were correct! Bird A: read more >>

Photo Quiz Answers2011-11-14T20:26:53-05:00

Photo Quiz!

Student blog editor Tristan Weinbrenner has put together a great new photo quiz for readers of The Eyrie. Take a look at the pictures below and submit your thoughts, ideas, and questions about identifications in read more >>

Photo Quiz!2011-11-07T01:10:55-05:00

Photo Quiz 17

Answer to Previous: Most of you were in the ballpark but unsure of which bird was which species. To those of you who said the left bird is Song and the right Lincoln's, you are read more >>

Photo Quiz 172010-11-14T10:53:10-05:00

Photo Quiz 15

Answer to Previous: This bird's black cap, broad white eye ring (broken above the eye), overall dark appearance and two wing bars suggest Black-capped Flycatcher, endemic to Costa Rica and Panama. Photo courtesy of Chris West. Next read more >>

Photo Quiz 152010-07-24T12:12:19-04:00

Photo Quiz 14

Answer to Previous: The white eye ring on this bird eliminates Song Sparrow. Also note the thin gray beak. Rufous-winged Sparrows have chunkier beaks (which SIbley shows as being pink). This photo suggests Rufous-crowned Sparrow. For read more >>

Photo Quiz 142010-05-31T09:00:00-04:00

Photo Quiz 13

Answer to Previous: This bird is not a Yellow-breasted Chat because the yellow on a chat stops before the legs further up near the breast. The answer is Blue-winged Warbler and not Prothonotary because of the wing patch read more >>

Photo Quiz 132010-02-27T11:59:09-05:00