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Connor Cochrane

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  1. Broad-tailed and Rufous Hummingbirds are also very common in Western Montana. Calliope are also present in some numbers.
  2. I agree that this is a bird in the rufina group. Merrelli is probably lumped with Montana in a group because there is a large intergrade zone around the us-canada border in the Rockys, whereas rufina and merrelli have a fairly limited intergrade zone.
  3. Brewers Blackbird https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/490501131
  4. Whisper songs are always annoying to ID, I agree this one sounds good for White-crowned.
  5. Sharing the full photo from the body parts thread https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/490154421#_ga=2.30552639.1835008370.1664737042-308597815.1632768399
  6. It is, in fact, it's almost entirely found in the US
  7. Nope. This isn't necessarily a western sparrow.
  8. All good guesses, but none are correct.
  9. Northern Harrier last evening https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/489708301#_ga=2.262174988.1835008370.1664737042-308597815.1632768399
  10. Yellow-green Vireo, It's been a few years since I've seen one
  11. I probably won't be submitting, so I can help with judging in either category if needed.
  12. Wings are long but I don't know if they're out of range of Western. The first bird just doesn't feel like a Mountain to me. Back seems to rufous and it almost has a hooded appearance. I still think Western.
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