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About DavidT

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    Empids are fun!
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    : Colorful Colorado
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    Birding, Lepping, Herping, Shelling, Botany, Photography, Skiing, Hiking, Languages, and Cultural Foods. But mostly the nature part of that.

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  1. It looks fine for an adult Lesser Black-backed Gull. I think the image is just a little overexposed making the wings look lighter.
  2. Horned. Strong contrast and flat head.
  3. Flycatcher?

    Eastern Wood-Pewee.
  4. Gray wings, connecting black head crescent = yes, Common Tern.
  5. Pectoral???

    Check out the really long wings and pale supercilium -- This is a White-rumped Sandpiper.
  6. Raptor and Flycatcher

    Yes, Merlin and Eastern Wood-Pewee.
  7. Most definitely an immature male Calliope Hummingbird! Great find, and welcome to Whatbird!
  8. Every bird is a RT Hawk?

    LOL, that's great Aveschapines. I know it's a common phenomena, but I'd never heard of an example that bad!
  9. Kingbird - Need Help quickly

    That is probably how it should be, although Colorado's one Couch's was somehow accepted with just photographs. Just saying.
  10. Kingbird - Need Help quickly

    Scheisse! I was kind of hoping to be the only one with TRKI in the state. That bill is huge, extensive yellow on the underparts, the back has a greenish tinge, and the tail appears long and heavily notched! Great job picking that out!
  11. Gray Flycatcher

    The bird in the third shot I would leave at Dusky/Hammond's, but I agree that the rest are all Hammond's.
  12. Ebird Rare

    Odd. I suggest you ask the eBird reviewers themselves, Steven Mlodinow and Tony Leukering among possibly others.
  13. Semipalmated/Western

    They're all very similar relative to one another for me, all with long wings. Maybe another Baird's with a little bit of leucism?
  14. warbler help

    Bay-breasted Warbler.