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  1. That's odd

    Caught a couple of asymmetrical molts. First is a Rufous, second is a Black-chinned. Both young males.
  2. California Vireo

    You may become more popular if you did not agree with the OP. I obviously would like something different. Throw us a bone once in a while. Actually, very grateful for help from this forum. THANKS
  3. House Finch

    a second bird...
  4. California Vireo

    Taken a week ago north of San Francisco. I am going to guess Cassin's.
  5. House Finch

    Taken north of San Francisco last week. House Finch NOT?
  6. Common tern

    Hi all, Taken last week in San Francisco. I think a Common Tern based on the tail and crown. Is the feather on the right side of the tail unusual?
  7. Western Wood-Pewee

    Hi all, Taken a couple of weeks ago in SW Colorado. I think all birds are WEWPs. thanks
  8. Virginia's Warbler

    Virginia's Warbler is a lifebird for me. Because of variations I am concerned about a missed ID. All of these should be VIWAs. Taken a couple of weeks ago west of Pueblo, CO. #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6
  9. Plumbeous Vireo

    Hi all, Taken two weeks ago in SW Colorado. Plumbeous Vireo?
  10. Warbling Vireo

    Hi all, Taken a couple of weeks ago in SW Colorado. Warbling Vireo?
  11. Western Wyoming

    Clay-colored is a lifebird. thanks for the discussion
  12. Thrashers

    agreed
  13. Western Wyoming

    Hi all, Notoriously bad at IDing but..... all from western Wyoming a few weeks ago 1. Vesper Sparrow juvenile 2. Western Wood-Pewee juvenile 3. Vesper Sparrow 4. Vesper Sparrow 5. American Coot 6. Brewer's Sparrow 7. Cassin's Sparrow 8. Duck 1. Vesper Sparrow juvenile 2. Western Wood-Pewee juvenile 3. Vesper Sparrow 4. Vesper Sparrow 5. American Coot 6. Brewer's Sparrow 7. Cassin's Sparrow 8. Duck
  14. Brown-crested Flycatcher

    A lot of great comments all around. A family of these were on the edge of an ag field. The temperature was about 110F with very little shade.
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