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  1. BBC Anna's Hummingbird 11-27-2018. Anna's Hummingbird by R. Tompkins, on Flickr
    3 points
  2. I took this picture on an alpine trail off of the Icefields Parkway in Alberta. I was surprised to discover Canadian ground squirrels sing opera. I've never seen a squirrel in the states singing, not even country. It was pretty windy out, but I could have sworn it was singing "O Sole Mio".
    2 points
  3. The birds at Mustang Island are part of the reintroduction effort. Some are released birds, but they do have a successful breeding population now. These birds are more wild than not at this point.
    2 points
  4. It ain't over til the fat squirrel sings!!
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  6. I usually get only Pine Warblers and Yellow-Rumpeds. For some reason, nobody is eating suet in my yard this year. They usually scarf up the no-melt peanut stuff but they don't seem to want that this year. I switched to regular but it's not getting much attention either.
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  8. That's OK....I think I already know!
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  9. Then maybe I shouldn't say what kind of animal I'm seeing.
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  10. I hadn't noticed it, but I do now that you mention it. Kinda reminds me of my 2nd ex-wife...............
    1 point
  11. I'm not sure on the birds, but I love the shadow in the second photo.
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  12. Yep. They'll start eating them pretty quickly, esp. if you let the trays get empty for a day or two.
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  13. Right. I've seen one of them at their flight shows ? Rosa is her name.
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  14. The first photo are ravens. Long narrow wings, long head, heavy bill Less certain about the second photo but looking a bit more crow-ish.
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  15. Anyone out here an expert on these 2 birds? I'm on Salton Sea near the State Park headquarters in one of those areas where both can be found so range doesn't help. Photos are better than anything I can describe.
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  16. Definitely appears to be an Oregon. Male Cassiar's typically have grey sides similar to a Slate-colored, but with a clear darker hood. I believe female Cassiar's have marginal dark brown sides (versus extensive, somewhat orange-pink sides like this), and are probably usually best left as "female Slate-colored / Cassiar" since they're pretty hard to distinguish from regular Slate-colored (or, confusingly, Slate-colored x Oregon). Here's a decent write-up on Cassiar juncos: https://ebird.org/pnw/news/dark-eyed-junco-races-oregon-slate-colored-and-cassiar/
    1 point
  17. 1. Gray Hawk 2, 3. Great Black Hawk or Common Black Hawk, not sure how to tell the difference 4. Yellow-headed Caracara 5. Crested Caracara
    1 point
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