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  1. Is this a tanger of some type? This pic was taken last week in my front yard in Yuma AZ. Thank you for your knowledge and effort.
  2. Taken perhaps a month ago in Yuma Arizona on a golf course. Please and thank you.
  3. These four pics are of one hawk. They were taken last month on a golf course in SW Arizona. I think the barred tail tells me it's a Cooper's Hawk, but what is the white marking on one side of the head? Thank you for any help you may be able to contribute.
  4. First I want to say how much I appreciate your knowledge. Thank you. This pic was taken a couple days ago on a golf course in south west Arizona. I thought some kind of sparrow, but I have been through quite a few pictures and can't find a match.
  5. These pics were taken earlier this month on feeders at my house in Yuma, AZ. I'm fairly certain these are two different finches with a growth in pretty much the same place. I would think this would be uncommon. Any thoughts?
  6. Taken on a gold course in southern Arizona last month. Thank you.
  7. I forgot to say this was taken on a golf course in southern Arizonaperhaps two weeks ago.
  8. I think I know what this bird is, but I can't bring myself to appear to be that dumb if I'm wrong. Thank you.
  9. This was also taken on a golf course in Yuma, Arizona in April. Thank you for your help.
  10. This was taken on a golf course in Yuma, Arizona in April. Thank you for your help.
  11. These pics were taken a month ago on Catalina Island. Thank you for your knowledge.
  12. I really do appreciate you folks, but sometimes you make me feel really dumb. Being color blind doesn't help, but sometimes I seem to miss things you folks see easily. At any rate, thank you. I have two more pictures from the last couple months that I need help with. Both were taken in Boulder Colorado. I believe the jay is either a blue jay or a Steller's jay, and I have no idea about the hawk.
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