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  1. Taken Today, Salt Lake City Utah. It seems like this is a Hermit Thrush or an American Pipet. I am leaning toward Hermit Thrush. Any other species to consider? what do you think? Thanks!
  2. Oh wow!! thanks!! that is a match. That is a lifer for me 🙂
  3. Taken today, Salt Lake City, Utah Has some features I would expect of a song sparrow, but lacking the thick brown streaks. Thanks for the help!
  4. This crossed my mind, I just could not make out the eye ring at all, but the lighting was not good. That ID would make a lot of sense.
  5. Taken today, Salt Lake City Utah. Not the best photo, wish I could see it's wings better. Really unsure. Thanks for your help!!
  6. 11/17 Salt Lake City Utah Confirmation? I am still not very confident on many shorebirds! Thanks! I believe the two larger birds (top) are greater yellowlegs and the smaller bird (bottom) is Lesser yellow legs Another photo. Left side Greater Yellowlegs the one on the right Lesser Yellowlegs. If this is correct, is it common for these species to be seen together?
  7. Antelope Island, Davis County, Utah. October 11, 2020. Black Necked stilt on the left for size comparison. Not the best image quality, Seems like a Marbled Godwit? Something else? Really not very sure. Thanks!
  8. I agree! The thing is this is the same bird. That is why I was unsure of the ID. I have several other photos that also make me go back and forth.
  9. Taken Today, Salt Lake County, Utah. Pretty sure this is a Snow Goose. Just wanted to make sure it wasn't a Ross's Goose. Thanks!
  10. Seen Today, Salt Lake City, Utah. My initial thought was Greater Yellowlegs, but now I wonder could it be a Stilt Sandpiper? or something else? Thanks for the help!!
  11. Another Grouse another couple miles down the trail. Not sure if about this one as well. Same Species?
  12. Taken today in Utah County, Utah. On the Mount Timpanogos Trail. I am really struggling with Grouse ID. Is this is ruffed grouse? dusky? Thanks for the help!!
  13. Thanks @Connor Cochrane ! As usual thanks for your expertise! I was leaning toward dusky but was not sure..... You are right, It has been awhile! It's been a busy summer for me. I moved to Utah started a new job and have not made it out birding near enough! There are many hot spots around here to checkout. Hopefully I can get out a bit more this fall migration season!
  14. 8-16-20, Salt Lake County, Utah. Taken along the way to Lone Peak in the Wasatch Range, close to 10,000 ft elevation. Thanks for the help!
  15. So just to be clear, both are Red-tail?
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