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  1. Very cool shot and quite odd that it has a flounder or similar bottom fish.
  2. A Cedar Waxwing that flew right into place for me.
  3. Great Horned Owl that sat and preened for as long as I watched/took pictures which was easily 10 minutes.
  4. Who is banding them, and why so young? Great shot.
  5. I think I saw my first one of those about a week ago but it wasn't still for long and deep in a tree. I have lots of holly in my backyard and have never seen one there.
  6. A Lazuli Bunting hanging out in the leaves.
  7. Song Sparrow (pretty sure) in mid song.
  8. Common Yellowthroat.
  9. Nothing too colorful but a female Anna's checking out some flowers.
  10. May very well be, I'm pretty new at this and from what I've read, even seasoned birders sometimes have difficulty with proper identification. I went with Sharp Shinned because of it's head shape and size and the overall size of the bird.
  11. A little fuzzy because I cropped it a bit too much, but a Sharp Shinned (pretty sure) that was on the bird bath looking for an easy meal.
  12. This is a little grainy but I liked the Goldfinch pair on the feeder.
  13. I was in my back yard today and heard a couple of hawks, looked up and there were actually 3 of them that were WAY up there. I ran inside to get my binoculars but when I got back outdoors, they were nowhere to be seen, dang. As I walked back toward the house something bright caught my eye in a big fir tree in the front of the house and I looked at saw it was a Western Tanager. I ran back into the house and grabbed my camera and went out front and took a few pictures. I haven't seen any of these for a few years and today there were 3 or 4 in the fir tree and in some trees on either side. Here's one of them.
  14. Wilson's Warbler.