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  2. What types of gulls are these?

    Could be wrong, but the second looks better for a Ring-billed to me.
  3. There was a juvenile reported at this location today. Long wings, pale edging to feathers. I would love to add this bird to my list. DSC02058r2 by Mark Ross, on Flickr Thanks!
  4. He is stretched out on high alert, trying to figure out if the person with the camera is going to attack.
  5. Unknown Parakeet

    Which are pretty much the default parakeet with red on the head for that location. I agree.
  6. EspaƱola, N. M., today, in an area with weeds, cattails, bushes, and trees. Who's buzzing at me like zezezezezeze? A wren? https://clyp.it/z15czih5 And do you hear anything beside Song Sparrow, White-crowned Sparrow, and the buzz from the previous recording? https://clyp.it/zt2qmaeh
  7. Confirm Oak Titmouse?

    Congrats on the lifer!!
  8. Both are beautiful captures
  9. Dickcissel....lifer for me
  10. What types of gulls are these?

    Gulls are tough at times. It's good to receive advice from other's with different views. I couldn't see "California" with the first two gulls until someone brought it up. I didn't even consider hybrids until that was brought up as well. Thank you psweet.
  11. Unknown Parakeet

    Pretty confident these are Red-masked Parakeets.
  12. Mexican bird

    I keep coming back to look at this and getting a Flicker vibe... except for the total lack of field marks for Flickers!
  13. Confirm Oak Titmouse?

    Many thanks! This one is a lifer for me!
  14. Confirm Semipalmated Plover?

    Many thanks!
  15. Confirm American Pipits?

    Many thanks! This one is a lifer for me!
  16. What types of gulls are these?

    1 and 2 are California, 3 looks like a Western, although it could easily have some GW genes, and 4 looks like an Olympic (Glaucous-winged X Western).
  17. thing

    Possibly something in the family Asellidae, or possibly larvae of one of the aquatic beetle families?
  18. Is this a flycatcher?

    Townsend's Solitaire seconded.
  19. Thanks so much!!
  20. I can't quite tell...is this a Wilson's Snipe?

    Yes, Wilson's Snipe.
  21. Pied-billed Grebe?

    Yep, Pied-billed.
  22. Pied-billed Grebe?

    If look like this-Yes it is Pied-billed Grebe by Mike, on Flickr
  23. Is this Anna's Hummingbird?

    gorgeous!
  24. Hello all! Not a good shot, but it's all I have. Taken a couple days ago in SW Washington. Wilson's Snipe? LOL, I just noticed my profile picture just about matches it, but the stripes seem so much darker than I've seen and it's neck is so skinny?
  25. Pied-billed Grebe?

    Seen in Orangeville (north of Toronto) today. I was very proud of myself, was able to identify the American Coots without a field guide but didn't notice the other bird until I got home -- wish I had since I think it is a lifer for me and would have liked to get a better photo -- is it a Pied-Billed Grebe? https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10154899716430009.1073741963.683685008&type=1&l=0d6d6461e5 Thanks
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