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  1. DC064

    Savannah Sparrow?

    Yes, that's what it was doing. It was driving our cat nuts.
  2. DC064

    Savannah Sparrow?

    Thanks. Makes sense. It was singing a lot and, for some reason, was trying to get in the house.
  3. Is this a Savannah Sparrow?
  4. DC064

    Hummingbird ID needed

    Thanks for the replies. We have male Allen's in the area so I am going with that.
  5. Hummingbird photo from So. Cal. today. Is this an Anna's, Black chinned, ?? 180311_153915_2570_ILCE-7RM2.jpg by David Clark, on Flickr
  6. DC064

    Please Read: New Forums - FAQ

    Thanks for the information. If this information is correct including the option to attach an image file is nonsense. The attach option should be deleted and the forum rules and FAQ modified to state only links are allowed.
  7. DC064

    Please Read: New Forums - FAQ

    How much space and how can it be managed?
  8. DC064

    Please Read: New Forums - FAQ

    Attaching photos to posts seems to have been a problem for years. It is still a problem. Sometimes it works sometimes it does not. Now I am trying to attach a 39kb image to a post and it does not work. Is this ever going to be fixed? Hey, it's 2018!
  9. DC064

    What is this duck?

    Wow! Took 2 minutes. Thanks douginBC an MerMaeve.
  10. Duck photographed 12/20/2017 near Ramona, Ca (SoCal).
  11. DC064

    American widgeon???

    Thanks for the help!
  12. Saw this duck at Lake Hodges in southern California. Thought it was an American Widgeon, but the dark blue bill with orange lining throws me off. What is it?
  13. DC064

    Need help with this one

    Thanks for the ID. I checked iBird again and Cliff Swallow is there. Not sure how I missed it. I was parked at the side of the road looking at a Bald Eagle nest that was very distant. The Cliff Swallow landed on my car and then moved to a wire fence along the side of the road. I took the photo with a 400mm lens but the photo is still heavily cropped. I had the impression the bird may be injured so I did not come closer. Eventually it flew so it must have been ok.
  14. Took these photos today and cannot find an ID in iBird. Taken 5/7/2017, Southern California between Poway and Ramona, grassland area. Bird may have an injured wing.
  15. DC064

    Hawk ID's (2)

    I must have exceeded some daily limit, so I will not show 3 more but just 1. Taken in Feb during the rain.
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