Colorado Owl

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    Front Range, CO
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  1. Anhinga at Sunrise by wildwest713, on Flickr
  2. Yes, it does appear to be a hybrid or Common Pochard, but wait for others for I have no experience with either.
  3. Agreed!
  4. Agreed!
  5. This is actually a Greater Scaup, with the broad nail and rounded forehead.
  6. This appears to be an owl - Great-horned?
  7. https://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S34403554
  8. Agreed. It definitely doesn't appear to be a vagrant, as shown by this Ebird map for winter months : http://ebird.org/ebird/map/orcwar?neg=true&env.minX=-74.53095776367184&env.minY=40.461019533070136&env.maxX=-72.65504223632809&env.maxY=41.03219887625013&zh=true&gp=true&ev=Z&mr=12-2&bmo=12&emo=2&yr=all&byr=1900&eyr=2017
  9. I agree with you, the bill is too long and slender for a Cackling Goose.
  10. Well, checked the rare bird alert today and it was loaded with VERY questionable rarities: 2 Warblig Vireo, 1 California Scrub Jay, and 6 Dark-eyed Junco (Red-backed x Gray-headed).
  11. The Red-breasted Merganser is a Common Merganser and the Hooded Merganser appears to be an odd hybrid -- definitely has some goldeneye in it, perhaps the other parent is a Hooded Merganser?
  12. Looks like you have a Plumbeous Vireo!
  13. This kind of looks like a Varied Thrush.
  14. Agreed!