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  1. Can anyone put a name on this bird--I can't. NW New Mexico today. Thanks https://www.dropbox.com/s/wc25v9wx7oa3ac1/IMG_0016_2019-09-26 8-11-21 AMcrp.JPG?dl=0
  2. Flycatchers are tough. My best guess is Cordilleran. NW New Mexico today in a river park. Thanks https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ix4u4xwakdug2s7/AACMQffhzjrSNF3JXRb1cWuZa?dl=0
  3. Could this be a Townsend's Warbler, which would be a lifer. I took these pictures this morning in NW New Mexico. I found this fuzzy bird in the background of a much larger sparrow shot--to my surprise! I had been seeing Wilson's Warblers, but this one is different. Thanks https://www.dropbox.com/sh/94rusqsx6m6sc2z/AAAXAfZ_h9fn09QuYxl_kv2_a?dl=0
  4. Thanks for the help on these four groups of birds. This was my first birding experience in England. Looks like I had several of them correctly IDed.
  5. These birds were outside Manchester, England in July. Thanks https://www.dropbox.com/sh/wpge8qkvzauyvwd/AACQC_1VWUv_y8WS29sVjzk9a?dl=0
  6. These birds were outside Manchester, England in July. Thanks https://www.dropbox.com/sh/g6zpp0cypubdsxl/AACPKMqgFRDpXtLjnJhjbXUua?dl=0
  7. These birds were outside Manchester, England in July. Thanks https://www.dropbox.com/sh/cqtevugvuvauo78/AACDMzFPFX1HcFu-xtRKoL4Oa?dl=0
  8. These birds were outside Manchester, England in July. Thanks https://www.dropbox.com/sh/20qaqx9pzx7nq12/AAAxUdwvH2XdUrk6NwifDB2Xa?dl=0
  9. These three birds are from the desert of NW New Mexico, yesterday--near a cattail pond. 1. Merlin thinks this is Least Flycatcher--which would be out of the expected range. The bird appeared to be small and young, with a "naive" attitude. Flycatchers make me crazy. 2. I think this is some kind of blackbird. 3. I think this is a Virginia's Warbler? Thanks. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/hr1ha7rt9qfazn9/AADxnQo1LXLe1Bfn20PGT-dEa?dl=0
  10. Could this be a Gray Vireo or a Gray Flycatcher? Found along a desert stream in NW Arizona in September. Thanks. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/0ij61kcuq1ymavo/AABV92uRiULHUPLcKnXLalH3a?dl=0
  11. I found this Wren a week ago near a waterhole in the NM desert. Thanks https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ue4xusayfzj5kyb/AADf7xYkyK69GKZOiRDqlISba?dl=0
  12. Here is another NM bird from last week. It was near a desert waterhole. These pix may not be good enough for ID. Thanks https://www.dropbox.com/sh/7j8wpuezsizhs8w/AAASd68sjXKH7fWPxuWZiRfsa?dl=0
  13. Thanks. I had always thought of Warbling Vireos as mostly grayish. I had been trying to convince myself that these were Bells Vireos.
  14. I saw these small birds last week in NW New Mexico--near a waterhole in the desert. I am not sure if they are all the same, or what they are. Thanks for an ID. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/756os00un8qdwhm/AABuP-PR0IBo1y5yv4vAeNMwa?dl=0
  15. I can't figure out how to edit the title on this new site.
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