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  1. Agreed. I think the dowitchers are indeed Short-billed.
  2. I agree, the head shape looks wrong for an Aleutian, but based on your description of the size and the shortish bill I think it has to be a CACG, and I’m not sure what other subspecies fits.
  3. This looks like an Aleutian Cackling Goose. The breast is appropriately dark, there is a strong dark gular stripe, and the bill is relatively long for a Cackling. Some Aleutians lack white neck collars in November and December.
  4. Agreed. Pic #4 appears to have a female Ring-necked Duck and Mallard(s).
  5. First bird is a Yellow-bellied Sapsucker. Not sure about the hummingbird, but as mentioned above, probably Ruby-throated due to range.
  6. Both look like Lesser to me. For the first one, a Greater would show a wider bill with more extensive black nail and lack the peak behind the head. Also, the faint purple sheen to the head is a good indicator of a Lesser.
  7. Head and bill shape look right for Greater, but more photos may be necessary.
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