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About WarrenHatch

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  1. Ross's Goose?

    Thanks so much for the ID.
  2. Ross's Goose?

    I think this might be a Ross's Goose. The head & bill just seems a little different than that of a Snow Goose. Can someone help? Photographed last week at Bosque del Apache. Thanks!
  3. Hummingbird help

    Thanks to everyone for the help and kind words. This site is simply amazing.
  4. Hummingbird help

    Is this a female Ruby-throated? I'm confused because my guide suggests her tail should be all black with white tips. Thanks! Photographed last week in the Madera Canyon area, Arizona.
  5. Sparrow help, please

  6. Sparrow help, please

    I'm thinking this might be a Brewer's Sparrow, but am far from certain. Can someone please set me straight? Thanks! Photographed this week in Tucson, AZ.
  7. Jaeger help

    Thanks, so much for the help!
  8. Jaeger help

    I think the first image is a Long-tailed Jaeger. Can someone confirm that and help me with an id on second? Photographed in Barrow, Alaska in June. Thanks!
  9. Plover help, please

  10. Plover help, please

    Is this an American Golden-Plover or a Pacific Golden-Plover? Photographed last month in Nome, Alaska. Thanks!
  11. Bristle-thighed Curlew & Whimbrel help

    As always, thanks so much for the help!
  12. I captured these images last month in Nome, Alaska. I believe that the 1st 2 shots might be the Bristle-thighed Curlew and the other 2 Whimbrels. Unfortunately, I lost my notes on which birds were making which calls. So I'm guessing based on the size of the buff spots, the rust colors on the tail and what look like bristle feathers at the base of the legs of my presumed Curlews. Of course, I am wrong on this forum much more often than I am correct, so can someone please set me straight?
  13. Thrasher?

    Thanks. I don't seem to be getting any better at my bird IDs -- even with all the help I get on this forum. Yes, gstacks, it is a photo. The background grasses were quite distant, so they are rendered completely out of focus in the shot. No Photoshop involved - it is straight from the camera.
  14. Thrasher?

    I'm leaning toward Curve-billed Thrasher, but the bill doesn't seem very curved (although that might be the angle of the bird in the image). Can someone point me in the right direction? Photographed during February in South Texas. Thanks!
  15. Flycatcher?

    Thanks, psweet! You are always so helpful.