John James Audubon

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  1. Agree with GRSC
  2. I noticed you added EMGO to the bottom of the list. I removed it, as it's already included further up. If this wasn't as accident, let me know.
  3. Extremely hard to say without a side view of the head. Do you have any other photos?
  4. Red-tailed Hawk
  5. My vote: Front: Mallard x Black-duck Hybrid Back: Pure Mallard
  6. That extremely deep red bill and the black on the primaries have me leaning towards Common Tern. I know everyone else is saying FOTE but...
  7. More defined breastband that contrasts with a white throat has me thinking Alder.
  8. ThIs DoEsN't MaKe SeNsE
  9. Nah, just jokin' around
  10. The yellowlegs is a greater, and the third photo is a Tree Swallow. Everything else is correct
  11. That bill is wayyy too big for any species of chickadee. Bill looks better for a woodpecker to me, honestly. ChickadeeĀ“s bills are much smaller and more compact, not like this monster of a bill here...
  12. Perhaps you meant Least, as that's what this photo is of. I got my lifer Least Grebe at hornsby, as a matter of fact, and was able to see the ones at the Triangle as well.
  13. Looks like a THGU to me too. Not particularly unusual, but a good gull all the same.
  14. Not sure if you realize exactly how huge Thick-billed Murre would be for CA. Unfortunately, the one on the right is simply another Common Murre, at least as far as I can tell. Feel free to disagree; I'd love to hear your points.
  15. 1: Bonaparte's Gull (first winter) 2: Anna's Hummingbird (male)