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  1. Rough-legged was my first impression as well.
  2. Red Tailed Hawk? Or something else

    Yes, Red-tailed Hawk, Rufous morph.
  3. Judging by the first two pics, male Great-tailed Grackle is the only thing that fits.
  4. Hawk ID

    Young Red-shouldered is my call too.
  5. Red-tailed Hawk subspecies

    Two out of three, but I saw my first wild Harris's last month. I've never seen an Aplamado, and don't know of anyone that flies one.
  6. Red-tailed Hawk subspecies

    Lol! I've held (and hunted with) several species of raptors that I've never seen in the wild.
  7. Red-tailed Hawk subspecies

    I love these really dark western ones, and the ones they call intermediate which are dark with a rufous breast. There are a few of these on my drive to work, out of the six to nine assorted Red-tails I usually see.
  8. Red-tailed Hawk subspecies

    Looks like one of the dark Western's that we get here in San Diego county. Where did you see it?
  9. Around here, they are not as common as most other ducks. I generally see one or two every year or so.
  10. Purple or House Finch

    Yes. Classic House Finch male there.
  11. Sparrow ID help Arizona

    Looks like Lincoln's to me too.
  12. Red Wing Blackbird

    Yes, that's a female.
  13. San Francisco Immature Gull

    I agree with juvenile Heerman's Gull.
  14. Mallard Hybrid or Other Duck Species?

    The very dark bodied one is a domestic mallard type known as a Cayuga.