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egosnell2002

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  1. When was this? Lots of rufous so I'd say Hermit.
  2. I'd call the first flycatcher a Least I think, the primary projection looks to be actually fairly short, and it's a fairly bold eyering. You're right on the second with the primary projection being longer. The eyering is fairly bold, but it looks like it disappears at the bottom... I'd call it a Trail's (willow/alder)
  3. I think I also want to say Harry... I think the photos could be misleading though.
  4. Scaup... Kind of in between. I've seen a bunch of Lesser Scaup recently folding their head down while active, and look exactly like Greaters when doing it. Thus, I don't think I really feel confident IDing Scaup from photos anymore.
  5. Welp, I guess so. Just looked super chunky. I prefer to ID birds in the field!
  6. This is definitely not an accipter though, very chunky and compact body and wings in comparison to say a Coopers.
  7. I don't think it's Cordilleran, which are much more yellow overall, and usually have a fairly obvious Crest. I was thinking Hammond's/Dusky or Least feel from it. Although I find empids difficult to judge from pictures...
  8. Pretty sure it's an empidonax flycatcher. Given the location, I think I will leave it at that from this photo.
  9. Definitely a Rock (feral) Pigeon, I would say the colouration is from domesticated genes.
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