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Zeke VanZante

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  1. They look like eclipse male mallards or domestic mallards.
  2. Sorry we moved the hummingbirds to a more accurate location: https://ebird.org/checklist/S69248066
  3. Sorry we moved the humming birds to a more accurate location: https://ebird.org/checklist/S69248066
  4. That is correct that one is currently in yuba, you can barely see some of the purple in the gorget on the ebird checklist. Just would really like to confirm before posting on ebird due to the rarity.
  5. This hummingbird appears to be a subadult Costa’s due to wing projections being longer than tail and it’s size also being about half an inch larger than nearby Calliope. Additionally it’s gorget it purple and has a white eye stripe extending down to the neck behind the gorget down to the neck which is unique to this species. I’m hoping someone can confirm this or offer another identification. Here is a link to the ebird checklist with photos, location, and date: https://ebird.org/checklist/S69189597
  6. This hummingbird appears to be a subadult Costa’s due to wing projections being longer than tail and it’s size also being about half an inch larger than nearby Calliope. Additionally it’s gorget it purple and has a white eye stripe extending down to the neck behind the gorget down to the neck. Here is a link to the ebird checklist with photos, location, and date: https://ebird.org/checklist/S69189597
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