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  1. KingdomAnimalia

    ID Help Please

    You're exactly right; there are several identical photos of the juvenile that match perfectly. Only seen 2 of these and the second was today in adult plumage. Great ID!
  2. KingdomAnimalia

    ID Help Please

    Excellent, thank you so much! I'll have a look at that!
  3. KingdomAnimalia

    ID Help Please

    Sorry, for the lack of helpful info. Saw this later in the autumn last year at Alta Ski Resort in the Wasatch Mountains near Salt Lake City, Utah.
  4. KingdomAnimalia

    ID Help Please

    Ruled out siskin but can't seem to get a match anywhere else... Saw this later in the autumn last year at Alta Ski Resort in the Wasatch Mountains near Salt Lake City, Utah. Bird.docx
  5. KingdomAnimalia

    Peterson Guide Failed Me

    Thank you!
  6. KingdomAnimalia

    Peterson Guide Failed Me

    I was stumped today when I saw this at Farmington Bay, Utah.
  7. KingdomAnimalia

    Is this a Rufous-Winged Sparrow

    There were about 30, all identical. Common to see that many immature white-crowned sparrows without any recognizable adult's in the mix?
  8. KingdomAnimalia

    Hawk or Harrier

    Excellent, thank you both!
  9. KingdomAnimalia

    Hawk or Harrier

    Thank you for the ID help
  10. This was near St. George, Utah (Southern) in very scrubby habitat. Peterson's doesn't show the range extending into Utah.
  11. KingdomAnimalia

    Thought I was seeing a moorhen? Thanks for having a look

    Indeed it is, thank you!
  12. This was the Lee Kay Ponds, in Salt Lake City, Utah on 10/31/2017. There's often cormorants here which was my firth thought when I saw a bird sitting low in the water and diving, but the bill really threw me. There were at least 8 of them in the same pond, but I couldn't get very close for a decent shot.
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