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  1. This was taken yesterday on my way my way from Tulsa, OK to Wichita, TX. I feel good about an ID of a light juvi, but would love some input since this would be a lifer.
  2. Thanks all. I was looking for Owls, but was excited when I saw this one.
  3. This was from yesterday at the Sax-Zim Bog in MN. The weather and distance made it difficult to get a good picture, but I think there is enough for ID. I would appreciate input though since it is a new bird for me.
  4. This is another possible new bird for me. This is another ID I m comfortable with, but because it is my first I would appreciate some input. This was yesterday at the Sax-Zim Bog in MN.
  5. 99% sure these are Snow Buntings, but this is a bird for me. Taken yesterday at the Sax-Zim Bog in MN. Weather was terrible, but I was able to close some of the distance.
  6. I considered that, but my understanding is that the Western doesn't make it into AK and it didn't seem to match anything I could find on the GW / Herring hybrid.
  7. This was taken just south of Anchorage, AK on 07/11/20. Pretty confident in my ID, but being from FL I was definitely out of my comfort zone. Any input would be appreciated.
  8. This was taken on 07/19/20 in Saguaro National Park. The eye-ring is what I am basing the ID on vs. the Black-capped. Didn't really get a decent pic of the tail feathers from below.
  9. This was taken in Miller Canyon near Sierra Vista, AZ on 07/26/20. About 98% sure of the ID, but since I am not from the area, would appreciate any additional input on this ID. The only other possibilities are very rare visitors and the bill alone seems to dismiss those options.
  10. Yeah, the habitat was brushy with basically no trees and I had that play into my ID thoughts as well, but I have been shot down a few times where these guys end up where they typically aren't supposed to be.
  11. I guess I should have said the presence of rufous in the tail eliminates the Dusky-capped.
  12. This was taken at the overlook at Fort Bowie National Historic Site in AZ. The lack of rufous in the tail eliminates the Dusky-capped. The very light yellow on the belly and whitish throat also suggests Ash-throated to me. Bill size also looks like it is smaller than the Brown-crested. All I have experience with is the Great Crested Flycatcher and it looks like the Brown-crested bill is more in line with the Great Crested Flycatcher. Would appreciate any additional input on this ID.
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