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  1. agreed congrats, nothing else has an eyering quite like that
  2. Gis

    Need help with Warbler

    undertail patterns are VERY useful (in this case definitely ruling out magnolia) http://blog.press.princeton.edu/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Undertails-Quick-Finder.jpg
  3. Gis

    Crow?

    agreed
  4. agreed...i think it would also be unusual to find a saw-whet that exposed during the day
  5. Gis

    Barrow's Goldeneye?

    This looks like a barrows to me as well... the bill length of a barrows is a bit longer than the distance from bill to eye while in a common it is noticeably longer. head shape also supports barrow's...nice find/refind
  6. Gis

    immature Red Tail?

    agreed...in the last shot u can even see the red tail
  7. Gis

    Juvenile Cormorant?

    not sure on the age of the second but both are Double-crested Cormorants (the first is a year bird with that pale breast, i believe)
  8. yes it's a horned.not sure of the age though...winter birds all look like this
  9. Gis

    Brewer's Blackbird?

    agreed...i dont see any rustyness (is that even a word?) on this bird but pic not the best
  10. Gis

    Ross's Geese Questioning

    size wise this looks like a snow as well....the goose is size between the canada and cackling (a Ross's should be same size to smaller than the cackling not larger)
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