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Nivalis

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  1. most likely based on your location is a great crested with some faded yellow its breast, but if i was not paying attention to location this would to me appear to be an Ash-Throuted a comparison is shown here, notice how the great crested has some brighter yellow and no whit wing marks, witch your bird does have. i believe we can rule out an empidonax by the clear yellow wash on underparts and redness of tail and wing feathers.
  2. I actually do think this is a chat i think that some of the blades of grass are making the beak appear more curved than it actually is, every other feature checks out for a chat the yellow coloration on the breast the location and the size and shape..
  3. i don't know on this one, purely going on instinct i wold say this is a hairy but i don't know why so don't take that as a actual ID, i do believe the tail feathers are pure white and do not have black spots
  4. i agree with a female cowbird you can see the brown color and whiter patch on the breast
  5. note the spot on her wing and the eye line that is very close to the eye
  6. looks like a female black-throated blue to me with a little bit of over exposure
  7. I have recently taken notice to the little phrases underneath certain accounts responses such as @HamRHead I was wondering how you got this? just took a screen shot sorry for bad cropping.
  8. the whiter marks might just be some downy feathers from its rump being pushed up by wind or something like that, could also just not be shown on "all about birds"
  9. okay thanks i have been trying to work on my hawk id's
  10. would you mind explaining why you think it is red shouldered? i would love a zucchini!
  11. bird one struck me initially as a house sparrow
  12. also maybe consider a Carolina wren but i think the coloration on the tail is wrong for them
  13. I was thinking maybe a marsh wren but i believe that is rare for you area right now so wait for more opinions.
  14. Im sorry but i just cant see this bird as a pine warbler the bright yellow extends bellow the breast plus the head and neck have almost no yellow on them I also see no eye ring.
  15. looks good for a Juvenile Tropical Mockingbird to me but wait for experts
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