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Louie

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  1. Hope someone can help ID this bird I saw on a wire next to a Mountain Bluebird
  2. Thank you for taking the time to help me. This is a good reminder that I need to focus more on behaviors, and you're right, I have a lot easier time with identification in the Spring!
  3. Wow! I was way off on this one. I'm trying to get better at this. What led you to the id?
  4. Hi from Davenport WA again. This bird reminds me of a Townsend's Solitaire but I'm not confident with my assessment. It has a white eyering, and yellow patch on throat which I'm not seeing on other pictures of a Townsend's Solitaire. Any help would be greatly appreciated
  5. No need for apologies, I'm just grateful for the help! Thank you.
  6. In Davenport WA in area surrounded by wheat fields. Fairly quick moving, bobbing up and down when perched.
  7. Thank you so much for the help! Both new birds for me, yeah!
  8. Saw a flock of these birds flying to the tops of tall pine trees at Davenport Cemetery in Lincoln county WA. They appear to be eating the seeds off the pine cones. I'm also wondering if the bird in the last photo is a Merlin? (same location)
  9. Saw many of these birds flying out from the brush as I drove down a dry dirt road around Sheep Lake in Whitman County, Washington.
  10. I saw these sparrows in different locations in Lincoln County, WA . The first pic was at Reardan Audubon Lake, the second pic was at Mondovi. I thought possibly a Savannah and a Vesper Sparrow??
  11. Thank you. I wondered if that might be it, but wasn't confident enough to put it out there.
  12. Two birds in the same area in a canyon in Davenport WA
  13. Thank you! How did you determine that they are juvenile?
  14. Spotted these flycatchers in a dry canyon in Davenport WA. Hope someone can help me identify them.
  15. Thank you for all the information to help identify these sparrows.
  16. I thought Olive-sided because it was perched on a high limb in a conspicuous manner. The sparrow I thought perhaps a Savannah because I thought it had a bit of a yellow eyebrow.
  17. I saw both these birds in Lincoln County, Wa. One I believe is an olive sided flycatcher but would like confirmation. The other I'm more perplexed - perhaps a sparrow??
  18. Thank you. I'm trying to get better as bird ID -- How did you identify it?
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