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About Chris_786

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  1. Photo taken in central Idaho yesterday. Thanks! https://www.flickr.com/photos/151942502@N02/shares/VL78NH
  2. Diving Birds Oregon Coast

    Thank you both very much!
  3. Excuse the distant photo but I would love to know what these are. An entire group of them off the Oregon coast diving in a line similar to dominoes falling. Photo taken yesterday evening. https://www.flickr.com/photos/151942502@N02/shares/A0vM3a
  4. Coastal Bird ID

    I appreciate that, there have been quite a few sightings of the Parasitic Jaeger in the area so that gets my hopes up. Thank you psweet, always helping me out!
  5. Coastal Bird ID

    Photo taken yesterday on Oregon Coast. Has slightly white wingtip and brownish in color. https://www.flickr.com/photos/151942502@N02/shares/tWfh40
  6. Photo taken yesterday on Oregon Coast. I can't determine whether these are both Sanderlings or if the smaller is a Semipalmated Sandpiper. Thanks as always! https://www.flickr.com/photos/151942502@N02/shares/9200g1
  7. Oregon Coast Bird ID

    I think I've figured it out. Is this a Pacific Loon?
  8. Oregon Coast Bird ID

    Photo taken on Northern Oregon coast today. The long neck is throwing me off. https://www.flickr.com/photos/151942502@N02/shares/V9C8Xu
  9. Photos taken yesterday Northern Oregon Coast. https://www.flickr.com/photos/151942502@N02/shares/Zr4R5K
  10. shorebirds at dusk

    I am fairly sure you have #1 Non-breeding Spotted Sandpiper #2 Semipalmated Plover.
  11. Swallow

    My vote is for Bank Swallow.
  12. Bump. I like your attempt, although #3 seems out of place based on the beak length. Wish I could help, this needs an expert.
  13. Help with Ducks

    Thanks NobleBunny!
  14. Flycatcher Help

    Thank you DavidT!