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Mr. Taco Hard

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About Mr. Taco Hard

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  • Birthday 09/15/1999

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    Buckeye, AZ
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    Living a Christ centered life, hanging out with friends and family, birding, herping, music, sports, rock climbing, and of course AMERICAN NINJA WARRIOR TRAINING!!!!!!!!!

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  1. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    Congrats! My first bird of the year was Great Horned Owl.
  2. Now that's a Heerman's.
  3. Female Lapland Longspur?

    Fwiw looks good for Lapland to me...
  4. Help with Arizona Empidonax, thanks!

    Gray is actually the most expected of the three, as where Dusky would be second most expected and Hammond's would be quite rare in winter. Gray can be found in good numbers in certain habitat zones in the state in winter as where you'll almost never see more than two or three Duskies in one spot in the winter.
  5. ?...... bird sparrow ?

    Among many other things, Swamp would never show streaking on the front.
  6. gulls

    Oh lol I totally missed the link Agreed with 1st winter Herring.
  7. ?...... bird sparrow ?

    fwiw looks good for a Lincoln's to me too
  8. gulls

    All are Ring-bills (the bird on the right on the 1st photo is a 1st winter bird).
  9. What Gull?

    1st winter Ring-billed.
  10. Salton Sea Gull

    The relatively slim build (at least compared to the larger gulls such as Herring, Western, Glaucous-winged, etc...) also help narrow it down to Cali (RB never has red on the bill).
  11. Please help me confirm these ID's..

    1. Cooper's Hawk--relatively long head projection 2. Dunlins--basic plumage, relatively long droopy bills
  12. Cedar or Bohemian Waxwing?

    Ignore lol
  13. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    I got a score of 29.
  14. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    Wow very round and very white!