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  1. Diffuclt group for me. LEt's see how many I got right. Taken yeasterday near Houston Thanks in advance 1. Yellow-bellied? 2. Alder/willow 3. Alder/Willow? 4. Least?
  2. Takne this week in Jeff Davis Mountains, West Texas Thanks in advance 1. Hammond? 2. Hammock? 3.???? https://flic.kr/p/TJYvTo
  3. LEt's see how many I got right. Pictures taken last week at Jeff Davis Mountains, West Texas Thanks in advance 1. Gray Flycatcher 2. Gray Flycatcher 3. Cordilleran? 4. Western Wood Pewee 5. Hammond? 6. Gray 7. Hammond? 8. Cordilleran? 9. Dusky?
  4. Based on what I read, the yellow washed appears in som individuals. Let me know if you agree with the ID. Picture taken today in El Paso Texas Thanks in advance
  5. taken today at Rio Bosque, El Paso, Texas. thanks in advance
  6. taken few hours ago in Dell City, Texas, between el Paso and Guadalupe Mountains Obviously, heat distorted the picture and I can't ID it. Thansk in advance
  7. I truly try but I need some much help!. Here is what I heard today near Houston All comments are welcome SantJordi.wav
  8. takne this week in Santa Ana Refuge Thanks in advance 1.Young Grey hawk? 2. Broad-winged? 3. harris 4. Harris
  9. taken Yesterday at Estero Llano Grande, McAllen, TX Would be a lifer. Thanks in advance
  10. Are both bald eagles? Pictures are aweful and they were aken today in Cone Marsh, Iowa Thanks in advance 1. https://flic.kr/p/2dWbaKc 2. https://flic.kr/p/2dWbbKP https://flic.kr/p/2dWbbxK https://flic.kr/p/24HtXBX https://flic.kr/p/24HtWhc
  11. any comment help, pictures were taken yesterday in an inland lake next to a landfill near Houston thanks in advance 1. got them right? 2. How about these? 3. and this one? 5. this one too? 5. Although I marked the bird on the left as herring 1st winter, it has a clear bi-colored bill which I believe is associated with 2nd winter birds, although the overall appearance for me looks more like a first winter Herring. Do some first winter exhibit bicolored bills? Also, the Lesser Black-backed on the right is bigger than the one in the middle of the picture, which has a much smaller head. My understanding is that the greater black-backed gull dwarfs the lesser which is not the case in here. Are these differences associated with different developmental stages? 6. Another interesting one. I have ID'd the bird on the left as Herring but the primaries and coverts are really pale and I am wondering if this is another species or just a very worn out Herring 7.Lesser Black-backed Gull ?
  12. Taken this weekend near Houston. Any comment helps Thanks in advance 1. Did I get this right? Is the one of the far right a second year Herring? 2. Bottom one Herring?, top one???? 3. Herring in the middle surrounded by ring-billed 4. Ring-billed (front) Herring (Back)
  13. I know, the pictures are quite hard but there were taken from far away. Part of a CBC circle so any comment will be of great help. taken today near Houston, TX thanks in advance 1.Lesser Blacked-Back 2.?? 3.?? 4. Herring? 5.? 6. ?? 7. 8.
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