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zoutedrop

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  1. I did that search and I guess I was being too picky. thx
  2. first off I am colorblind, I cannot see the nuances that maybe present the first shot was in September, the second in October if I look at leucistic NOCAs, the feathers seem to be stark white, these feathers don't look white(?) the second bird shows bleaching on the primaries, leucism impacts the entire feather So I am inclined to agree that both these birds are maturing juveniles. But if this is the vestiges juvenile plumage , why doesn't the internet have a ton of examples?
  3. two different Northern Cardinals taken 5 years apart on the south TX coast any comments on the plumage? has anyone seen this in a Northern Cardinal
  4. taken in Florida in April is she simply hiding her crest or do I have something else?
  5. Taken a couple of weeks ago 40+ miles offshore would appreciate your feedback 1 Scipp's 2 Guadalupe 3 Scripp's 4 Guadalupe
  6. Please validate these birds as Great Black-backed Gulls. January, 2020 in Newfoundland
  7. Hi all, Taken this week in southern AZ Chipping or Clay
  8. both birds seen a couple of weeks ago in California
  9. Hi all, Shot taken a couple of weeks ago in Monterey.
  10. Hi all, Taken last weekend off Half Moon Bay. I think all 3 birds (by row) are Ashy.
  11. Taken in mid May hoping it's a Craveri's but told a Scripp's
  12. Taken off the coast of Monterrey CA last August. Short-tailed was called out but need confirmation. thankjs
  13. Taken in mid August off the coast of San Diego.. I think Red Phalarope, but I have a hard time distinguishing. thanks
  14. Taken last weekend, this is a process of elimination. The bird looks clearly smaller. All the same bird.
  15. Taken last weekend, hoping its a Craveri's
  16. Taken last weekend off San Diego. Trying to get an Ashy Storm-Petrel.
  17. Well, a couple of great lessons for me. I thought I did my homework when I went to Austin. I got a regional list of species that went back two months. A Field Sparrow had not been reported in the Austin area since January, so not on my hit list. I am very poor at identifying, but this "House Sparrow" bothered me enough so that I was willing to go through the self imposed embarrassment of the subject line. As usual, you guys are great! This is a lifebird!
  18. Just to make sure, taken a month ago in Austin, TX
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