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Mark F

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  1. Wow! That's yet another example of the education I get on this forum. Thank you so much!
  2. Seen yesterday on the coast near Pescadero Beach just south of San Francisco. I suppose it's a Song Sparrow, but I'm a little confused by the tail which is notched. Cornell says that the tail should be rounded. Thanks for your help.
  3. Oh, OK. Thanks very much. Seems that Anna’s are by far the more abundant hummingbird in the parts of California that I’ve been to — mostly East Bay and South to Santa Barbara. Or perhaps they are the most tolerant of people and so I just see them more. Having speculated, I guess I’ll go look it up somewhere.
  4. I'm wondering if this could be a Black-throated Hummingbird. Seen a few days ago on the coast near Big Sur. Thanks for your help!
  5. Oh, OK. Yeah, it’s beak must be tucked away. Thanks!
  6. Sorry for the poor photo. It was taken with an iPhone at some distance from our car. Thanks for your help.
  7. Hey, that’s our second lifer during our short stay in Santa Barbara. Thank you!
  8. Many thanks for your thoughts on this sweet looking bird
  9. Saw this little laddie/lassie today in the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden. Thanks for your help!
  10. Maybe an immature Sharp-shinned Hawk? Thanks for your help.
  11. Unfortunately, a Flickr link no longer works once the title of a photo is changed. So when I updated the title of the photo from "Bird" to "Phainopepla", the link was lost. Here's the new link, and thanks for your interest. Phainopepla by Mark Featherstone, on Flickr
  12. Oh! A female, then? I never would have guessed. Thanks so much!
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