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  1. Went up from 81, now 83. White-throated Swift and Wilson's Warbler today.
  2. Additionally, I think the hawk is higher up than the crow, making the hawk look smaller.
  3. Great Gray Owl is on my bucket list...very nice find! I'm jealous!
  4. Possible hummingbirds in C. North Carolina: Ruby-Throated Hummingbird Black-Chinned Hummingbird (RARE) Anna's Hummingbird (RARE) Broad-Tailed Hummingbird (RARE) Rufous Hummingbird (RARE) Allen's Hummingbird (RARE) Calliope Hummingbird (RARE) Broad-Billed Hummingbird (RARE) Buff-Bellied Hummingbird (RARE) Even though Ruby-Throated Hummers are the only likely hummingbird, I would still leave it as "Hummingbird sp." just to be safe.
  5. Whoops, I actually meant Lesser Goldfinch. I mixed up the fact that American has whitish a undertail, While Lesser has yellowish, like your bird.
  6. First of all, I just want to add that this is a Dark Morph. Second of all, This Link should help... https://www.sdakotabirds.com/diffids/common_buteo_hawks.htm
  7. https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Lesser_Goldfinch/species-compare/
  8. Taken at Pismo Beach Campground, Pismo Beach, CA on 3/28/20 at 9:00-10:00 A.M. 1-2. Hermit Thrush? 3. Baird's Sandpiper?
  9. The first picture is giving me Ring-Billed vibes... But maybe not identifiable.
  10. Re-found a Summer Tanager that is continuing around Pismo Beach Butterfly Groves, Pismo Beach, CA.
  11. *Sorry, Pismo Creek Mouth, Pismo Beach, CA.
  12. What are these gulls? The last 2 are probably WEGU, right? I am lost on the first gull...Seen today at the Pismo Creek Mouth, Pismo Beach, CA. Thanks again!
  13. Anything other than California, Ring-billed, and Western Gull, and Caspian Tern? Seen at Pismo Beach Creek mouth today. Thanks!
  14. All birds seen in Pismo Beach Campground, Pismo Beach, CA on 3/23/20 at 6:28 P.M. Greater Yellowlegs Hooded Oriole Gull sp.
  15. Wild Turkey is correct. where was this taken?
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