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Corey

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  1. Today at a huge lake in southern Nevada. Thanks!
  2. Well heck I wonder what the problem is where some people can't hear the audio. I've put audio on here several times before. 🙂 I'm using a Windows laptop, and it plays. I'll try again... 20220106_085835.wav
  3. Today in southern Nevada. BOTH have been documented at a park here repeatedly. Thanks! 20220106_085835.wav
  4. My first thought was solitary sandpiper but wait for an expert 🙂
  5. Today in southern Nevada at a huge lake. Would be very rare here. Thanks!
  6. Can I call this a Mexican Duck? Today in southern Nevada. Thanks!
  7. Today in a higher-elevation area of southern Nevada. Thanks!
  8. Photo I took at the same spot a few days earlier. I assume it's the same 4 scoters. 🙂
  9. I'd vote for double-crested (an every-day bird where I am). The orange before the eye is a good indicator. But wait for more experienced birders. 🙂
  10. Hey don't change it from a Cape May! 🙂 Lifer for me and dang good bird for Mojave desert. Another birder who photographed same bird has ID'd it as Cape May.
  11. Today in southern Nevada. Not sure about this one. Thanks!
  12. Not my photos. Yesterday in southern Nevada. Out-of-state birder posted these photos at a local park. Loons aren't an every day bird here in the Mojave Desert, but the ones I've seen had an obviously hefty bill. Thanks!
  13. Today in the mountains of southern Nevada. I lightened the photos a bit to see detail. Thanks!
  14. My first thought on the first photo was pie bill grebe and common loon, but wait for an expert 🙂
  15. Today in southern Nevada. One of these years I'll be able to tell these apart. Thanks!
  16. Today in southern Nevada by the wash. Friend sent me this audio. I couldn't place it. Thanks! mystery102221.wav
  17. Ah, it's obvious when someone tells you the answer 🙂 Guess the lighting threw me off.
  18. Today in southern Nevada. Catbirds can be seen here maybe once or twice a year, usually at higher elevations. Today I birded a very desert area, and I only got poor photos. Made me wonder if I was seeing things. Thanks!
  19. Today in southern Nevada (would be very rare here). A couple other birders reported one in this tree today. Sucker wouldn't let me get a good photo. Thanks!
  20. Recently in southern Nevada near the mountains. Not certain what this hawk is. Another birder keeps reporting a juvenile broad-winged with no photos at this spot, so thought I'd ask about this one. Thanks!
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