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Louie

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  1. I saw this hawk today in Lincoln County WA and I am hoping someone here can help with ID.
  2. I saw this bird in Lincoln County, Washington. I thought the eyering looked teardrop shaped, possibly a Pacific Slope Flycatcher?
  3. Thank you for the help. I was considering it my be a Savannah. Still learning!
  4. I saw these birds in Davenport, WA today. The flycatcher was perched and slowly pumping its tail before swooping to the ground to catch an insect. I believe it fits for a Gray Flycatcher and hoping someone here can confirm. The other bird I think is a Vesper Sparrow, but just wanted confirmation.
  5. I'm sorry for the poor quality photos, but am hopeful someone here will recognize the silhouette to help me identify this bird. It was circling and swooping at a Bald Eagle perched atop a pine tree in Davenport WA.
  6. I thought it looked too yellow to be a Pewee, and no crest
  7. I saw this flycatcher today in Davenport, WA (Lincoln County) I'm hoping someone here can help me identify it.
  8. I'm in Lincoln County Washington. I've been researching and both the Hammond's and the Gray Flycatchers have been seen at this location and this time of year in the past. I'm just having trouble distinguishing between the two. Maybe the eyering?
  9. I'm trying to get better at this. What clues did you use to rule out Gray Flycatcher?
  10. No, these were the best pictures I was able to get. And it never sang 😞
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