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  1. DSCN9012 white-tailed deer (m) by Brian Marra, on Flickr DSCN9003 white-tailed deer (m) by Brian Marra, on Flickr DSCN8995 white-tailed deer (m) by Brian Marra, on Flickr
  2. Still over a month behind. DSCN8985 white-tailed deer by Brian Marra, on Flickr
  3. DSCN8738 white-crowned sparrow by Brian Marra, on Flickr
  4. DSCN8366 red-tailed hawk (j) by Brian Marra, on Flickr DSCN8386 golden-crowned kinglet by Brian Marra, on Flickr
  5. DSCN8441 red-tailed hawk eating by Brian Marra, on Flickr DSCN8460 red-tailed hawk eating by Brian Marra, on Flickr
  6. Thanks. That's 293.
  7. Central OK yesterday. Lapland longspur?
  8. DSCN7569 harris' sparrow by Brian Marra, on Flickr DSCN7562 white-tailed deer by Brian Marra, on Flickr
  9. DSCN8304 hermit thrush by Brian Marra, on Flickr
  10. DSCN8055 red-tailed hawk by Brian Marra, on Flickr
  11. Thanks much.
  12. Shot in NE PA a few years back. Juvenile chipping?
  13. I'm fairly certain this is the bird originally reported as a rough-legged - then re-reported as a juvenile dark (or intermediate) morph western red-tail. I finally got a look at it this morning. Pics are terrible, so I'll try to describe as best I can. Heavily banded tail & flight feathers. Mostly dark back, but some white. A fairly large white patch on the upper wing which did not match the other wing (some white was visible, but a bit less than half as much) - molt gap also present. I think the crummy pics show everything else I remember. I think I see the spikes in the tail tips (2nd pic) that indicate harlans. Given the heavily mottled near-black & white underparts w/ the much lighter breast, I'm thinking juvenile intermediate-morph harlans, but I'd feel better about it if the pics were clearer (and if I knew what the hell I was talking about). Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  14. DSCN7349 fox sparrow by Brian Marra, on Flickr DSCN7342 ruby-crowned kinglet by Brian Marra, on Flickr
  15. DSCN6755 double-crested cormorant - Copy by Brian Marra, on Flickr