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  1. Purple finch?

    Agree with House Finch, and a nice photo of one!
  2. California ID

    Agree with Anna's and Warbling.
  3. Glad this one stuck around. Fulvous Whistling-Duck by mattag2002, on Flickr Also saw the Orchard Oriole and Little Blue Heron while in SBA Co.
  4. Yeah, it seems like it is not happening this year.
  5. tern id please

    Agree with Forster's and Royal Terns.
  6. MacGillivray's Warbler? In So Cal

    Agree with psweet. Although I can't see enough detail on the video to be 100% between MacGillivray's or Mourning, we can be nearly 100% sure it is a MacGillivray's by date. Mourning is a rare bird in California, and I don't think there has ever been a record in April. Most records are in the fall. The spring records are generally in late May.
  7. Confirm Long-eared Owl

    Wow, nice yard list!
  8. That Fulvous sure would be nice! With my luck, neither the Red Warbler nor the Fulvous will stay until the weekend.
  9. #ABArare

    RED WARBLER!!!! On Mt Lemmon near Tucson, AZ. First ABA record if accepted. https://www.facebook.com/groups/ABArare/ http://digest.sialia.com/?rm=message;id=1409670
  10. SE Arizona in May

    Well, I assume you'll be chasing some of the rarities? Target those, and pick up the others in the process. Carr Canyon is great for mountain birds and one of the best places for Buff-breasted Flycatcher. I'd say there is a very good chance that Tufted Flycatcher will still be up there. When in the Huachucas, you might as well also visit the other major spots like Ash Canyon B&B, Miller Canyon, and Ramsey Canyon. Who knows if the Sinaloa Wren will still be showing by the time you get there, but worth keeping tabs on that as well as the Rose-throated Becard that has been near by. Of course there are tons of other great spots like Paton's, the whole Madera Canyon area, Mt. Lemmon, the Chiricahuas, etc. All of these spots have been covered in the numerous prior trip reports and prior posts asking for information.
  11. June Lake CA,

    Gee, and I thought Chickadees were cute and innocent.
  12. Allen's Vs Rufous

    Any other photos? Funny looking bird.
  13. Still haven't been motivated to do much in So Cal. Picking up a few FOY birds like Bell's Vireo, Warbling Vireo, Hooded Orioles, and a somewhat early Western Tanager. Yesterday I was thrilled to get a Calliope Hummingbird in the yard...a long hoped for yard bird. Only exciting to me, I also got a new bird for my local patch with a fly over American Avocet.
  14. 3 unknown birds W. Mexico, winter

    1. Painted Buntings 2. Western Tanager 3. Short-tailed Hawk 4. Yellow Warbler
  15. What did you seen from your yard today?

    This was a new yard bird for me this afternoon. Has been my most wanted yard bird for a long time! Calliope Hummingbird by mattag2002, on Flickr
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