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  1. I think this is a Western Kingbird waaaay up on the top of the trees. Snowville, Utah, just 5 miles south of the Idaho border. Today, May 5th around noon. I zoomed in and cropped so the one photos is fuzzy. Even with my telephoto, I could not get any better. thanks! steve
  2. You all have been great ! Thank you very much. I've been looking all through the Sibley's pages at Sparrows. steve
  3. We have a bird feeder outside out kitchen window and see lots of House Finches (I think) but this new one came the other day and has stuck around. It's smaller than the rest but I'm unable to ID it. We are west of Boise, Idaho about an hour and it's January of 2021. Weather is upper 30s/low 40s during the day. Any suggestions are welcome. Thank you!
  4. Thank you all. This hawk is a first for me. Mostly we have Red-tailed hawks around here.
  5. We have this hawk that comes around looking for quail to grab. I got this front and back shot through our kitchen window of it sitting on our back fence. Location is Nampa, Idaho, SW of Boise about 30 miles. December 2020. I think it's too small to be a Red-tailed...maybe a Swainson's? or Nothern Goshawk? Thanks up front.
  6. ...saw this one at a bird feeder near west glacier NP but I cannot tell between a few what it is....help?
  7. I'm thinking this is a Spotted Sandpiper...in breeding mode. I'm in northern Washington near the eastern part of the Cascades in July. He's hanging out by the river's edge on the rocks. Got him just as he did some calls. Oh, and they call constantly! thanks!
  8. Wow...I had no idea. Why don't they fly around like the males when disturbed?
  9. I have no idea how to start on this one. I thought it was a sparrow but the beak looks way too sharp. Any clues? Outside of Lockhart, Texas a few days ago. There were about 6 of them in the trees with dozens of red-winged blackbirds. It was bit larger than the blackbirds. The blackbirds would fly away as a group but these guys stayed still. thank you!
  10. ...found this bird in Texas, just SE of Austin about 50 miles. I'm thinking Savannah Sparrow. Any thoughts? thank you!
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