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  • Birthday 10/22/2007

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  1. Yep, definitely a starling. It is in nonbreeding plumage.
  2. Oh, that's right. They migrate through the central flyway only in spring.
  3. @Tony Leukering, what's your take on this?
  4. Could be the small subspecies of Canada that lives in the west.
  5. Looks like a young Double-crested or a rare Neotropic Cormorant. I'm leaning towards a first-year Double-crested.
  6. Are you sure? This vireo has two wingbars. My field guide shows Bell's has only one.
  7. These birds are officially known as Canada Jays now. They used to be called Gray Jays. This is a quite recent change.
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