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  2. I'm liking this Dickcissel very much. Sometimes a good photo just makes me think " ahh yes, that's a keeper!
  3. You have an imm. Spotted Sandpiper there. Great fun to watch as they troll while constantly (almost) bobbing up and down.
  4. It is one of the Kingbirds.
  5. I'm in the Sanderling camp.
  6. Vaux's Swift---good going!
  7. Looks like Broad-winged Hawk to me.
  8. Pinkish bill, pinkish legs, light colored eye, looks to me like a Ring-billed Gull.
  9. Looks like a Ring-billed Gull
  10. Vireo, maybe Bell's?
  11. I think Yellow Canary, an exotic bird Yes, and the light brown ones in the 4th one are House Finches
  12. Looks like a Broad-winged Hawk
  13. Thanks both of you. The sibley reference and the photo was really helpful. I now see the size of the bill w.r.t. the size of the head. I agree it's a Common.
  14. This looks sort of like a Saffron Finch?
  15. Are the brown birds in the 3rd link, scaly-breasted munia?
  16. Hi Guys, I am not great at hawks so am I close with me guesses? Thanks for your help
  17. Hi, first post here. I’m located on Mt. Soledad in the San Diego area, and this fine looking fellow showed up to our bird feeders today. He made himself right at home eating finch food and taking a bath. No interest in live worms, nectar or jelly. Any thoughts? I’m puzzled / amazed at his coloration. Thanks for helping me identify this beautiful bird. Pam
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  19. I agree, this looks more like a Sanderling.
  20. Thanks for the help. And yes it is an ugly a$$ duck.
  21. My wife and I decided to stop in Kansas on our way to Colorado for a couple of days to try and pick up some new birds. I ended up with 21 new ones We also spotted a long-tailed weasel and a mink dragging away Little Bunny Foo Foo.
  22. I couldn't hear anything on it for some reason
  23. Nothing for 2
  24. I'm not certain if they are there, or I am telling myself they are there, but I think the jagged lines may be there, pointing to Western Pine. I see your 2 moths in iNaturalist, I'm hoping someone local, just in case I have it wrong and agree to the ID there.
  25. I agree.
  26. 1. Looks like Hutton's Vireo.
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