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  1. According to two sources, Yuma, AZ is in the year round range for ash throated flycatchers.
  2. Yuma, about 10 minutes from California and 20 minutes from Mexico.
  3. Thank you. I do appreciate the effort from folks with complete knowledge. I looked through identification for the birds BirdNrd posted and it appears to me that the picture I posted is an ash throated flycatcher. Would I be pushing it to claim this identification?
  4. Sorry, this is in Arizona in May of this year in a residential area.
  5. I think I'm right, but it wouldn't be the first time I have been corrected by y'all. Thank you and take care.
  6. This was taken a month ago on the Colorado River in Yuma, AZ. Thank you for your assistance.
  7. Is this a phoebe? Is that enough white on the tummy? This was taken in south east California. Thank you.
  8. 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.
  9. Taken perhaps a month ago in Yuma Arizona on a golf course. Please and thank you.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
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