Sor A. Rail

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    : Mansfield, Washington
  1. Got two lifers yesterday, both in the backyard! Swainson's Thrush along with an American Redstart, both of which are "unannual" migrants in my area.
  2. American Redstart.
  3. Brewer's Blackbird x Great-tailed Grackle hybrids actually exist, and both of those species breed in southern Idaho, but those tend to have longer rather then thicker bills and also have much longer tails. Deformed Brewer's Blackbird is my best guess.
  4. 1. That can't be a Common Grackle.. the only Common Grackles reported in the western region are Bronzed, and this bird definitely doesn't have a bronze body. Purple races of Common Grackle have purplish gloss rather then blue like on this bird. The plumage is spot on for Brewer's Blackbird but that bill is just WAY too big! 2. Brewer's Blackbird
  5. Downy.
  6. Thanks!
  7. Agreed.
  8. Blue-winged?
  9. Kentucky?
  10. (Oops S.C. said Palm) Orange-crowned?
  11. (Weird.. I can) Palm?
  12. Hooded?
  13. Wow..
  14. Yellow-throated Vireo?
  15. Prairie Warbler?