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Bird-Boys

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  1. Dipper - Check along the Merced River in Yosemite Valley. Sooty Grouse - Listen for them in the mountains around Yosemite Valley. Hermit Warbler - Yosemite Valley. Orange-crowned Warbler - good luck... Red-breasted Sapsucker - Yosemite Valley and Mono Lake County Park. Williamson's Sapsucker - It is a little out of the way, but see if you can go to Owen's River Rd. Look for them in the first mile of road. American Kestrel - Easy at Mono. Canyon Wren - Yosemite Valley. Wilson's Snipe - Check the county park and Dechambeau Ponds. Rufous Hummer - Good luck on this one, There are some reports for Mono City, but it looks like they might be on someone's private feeder. Good Luck!
  2. I know, but it was one...and I meant to say that @BirdNrd an d I found it.
  3. I found a 2nd county record Yellow-bellied Flycatcher today!
  4. I did that on purpose to see if anyone would notice 🤪
  5. Unfortunately not, we were going to, but then corvid happened...
  6. Don Roberson is one of the best birders in the world.
  7. Alright, I think I overreacted and I am sorry for that. It is just so frustrating that some people act like jerks. I've given it a great deal of thought about whether or not I want to continue to be a part of this forum, and I have decided to stay, although I'm still not a fan of how some people on this forum sometimes act. I appreciate those of you who do always treat people with respect and kindness. I hope that people on this forum remember that in order for birding to continue into the next generation, they have to want to.
  8. Yeah, ok I see that it is a DCCO now. I am just going to say that I am fed up with how some people on this forum sometimes act. Especially to new birders or birders with limited experience. I think that @Kevin's post tag speaks volumes. I am disappointed in how some people on this forum sometimes act and will not be coming back.
  9. "Crumby Pics" What makes a picture "Crumby"? 🤪
  10. This bird is definitely showing characteristics of both DCCO and NECO. Any other photos, @AT hiker?
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