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  1. Broad-wing Hawk?

    Thanks You. I see a lot of Cooper's Hawks in the area, but the tail was way to short.
  2. American Goldfinch?

    I agree also.
  3. It definitely looked like one when it flew.
  4. First one is a Townsend's Solitaire.
  5. Rock Wren?

    Many thanks. I was chasing the bird for a couple of days.Of course i saw it 10 miles from where it had been reported.
  6. Bushtits?

    Bushtits. The long tail compared to the small body is also a give away.
  7. Yup, This year I've seen them in Mazatlan and Washington State. Great photo.
  8. Not sure what this is? Immature Spotted Towhee.
  9. Again Thanks, Colorado Owl, the bird was doing exactly what you said. Normally I see them scratching on the ground. I'm Hiking to the top of Pikes Peak tomorrow. There could be some interesting birds.
  10. Now I see it. Thanks. I live about 5 miles down valley and saw a couple in Mid May and haven't seen any since. Teller County Lifer.
  11. Having a hard time with this bird. 8000 feet just inside Teller County Colorado, 100 meters from El Paso County (Colorado Springs).
  12. Which bird is this?

    Looks like a Flycatcher, but which one?