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birdgurl

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  1. Grants Pass Or I'm thinking this could be a female Red -winged or a young song sparrow The third picture is poor but don't know what it is. Wouldn't hold still. thanks
  2. Grants Pass Or. Not sure because I didn't see an eye ring. I was thinking Ruby-crowned Kinglet.
  3. Grants Pass Or. Can't figure this out. I think it's about the size of a sparrow.
  4. Grants Pass Or I think this is an Oak Titmouse. He looks a little messy. Not sure if it's from the rain or is he a young bird.
  5. Thank you. That's what I thought
  6. Grants Pass Or Saw this egg on the path through the trees and grass. I thought at first a Killdeer but I didn't see or hear any. It was in a little mud pile that had dirt scooped out. Does that sound right? Smaller than a golf ball. Any help appreciated. I left it there on the ground. When we came back that way still no parent.
  7. Grants Pass Or. Is this an Immature/juvenile Bald Eagle? It Flew like an eagle and was larger than the Osprey. Maybe about 3 years? Had some white on head. Not the best photo but he was really high. Thanks
  8. Grants Pass, Or. I'm thinking Western Wood-pewee. I don't see too many. Thank You
  9. Another I am not 100% on Grants pass Or.
  10. Could this be a Brown-headed Cowbird? Not a 100% Grants Pass Or
  11. Thanks all, Connor Cochrane, I understand what you're saying. I had one last year in the low bushes along the irrigation ditch. My house is right along the ditch and I get a lot of birds here. I didn't think a Pacific Wren would be on a fence but I've seen some unusual things since I've moved here. (rural Grants Pass Or.) I use to live in the city (Portland area) and would have to go out on nature walks to see a lot of the birds I have in my side yard. (my side yard is actually a little forest) I'm getting use to it.
  12. Grants Pass, Or I'm thinking Pacific Wren but not 100%
  13. Grants Pass, or I'm lost on this one Poor photo and no color I thought it was a goldfinch but the bill is too small I think Maybe a warbler? Grants Pass, or I'm lost on this one Poor photo and no color I thought it was a goldfinch but the bill is too small I think Maybe a warbler?
  14. Thank you I was use to the sapsuckers up north in the Portland area. Found out this is a southern (like you said) subspecies.
  15. Grants Pass, or. This guy flew right into my yard. Never seen one so close. I'm 99% sure of Red-breasted Sapsucker Need conformation You looking at me? Grants Pass, or.
  16. Grants Pass Or. I have seen Evening Grosbeaks but only males. Is this a female?
  17. Sorry for so many pictures. Thank you so much. This is one of my first experiences with flycatchers.
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