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  1. Photos taken 31Aug2020 at Gilbert Water Ranch, Gilbert, Az. Bill is only 1.46 times depth of head. The tertials are dark with contrasting rufous-buffed edges and bars.
  2. Photo taken 18Sep2008 at Gilbert Water Ranch, Gilbert, Az. The absence of clear breast markings creates uncertainty for me.
  3. Photo taken a few days later on 13May2016 at Gilbert Water Ranch, Gilbert, AZ shows the more contrasted vest but does not have a large head [for Olive-sided Flycatcher] so I think Western Wood-Pewee because it lacks both characteristic. Is it also Western Wood-Pewee?
  4. Photo taken 08May2016 at Gilbert Water Ranch, Gilbert, AZ. Do the dark spots on the underside behind the legs indicate and Olive-sided Flycatcher?
  5. Tony, Thanks for the educational material. Impressive.
  6. Photo taken 21Nov2014 at Gilbert Water Ranch, Gilbert, AZ. Should be easy to ID with this nice photo ... but I am not getting it.
  7. Photo taken 30Dec2011 at Gilbert's Water Ranch. Is this flier a Say's Phoebe?
  8. Photo taken 21May2012 at Gilbert Water Ranch, Gilbert, AZ. The ratio of the length/width suggests a long bird ... longer than Western Wood-Pewee. The tail seems long and is notched.
  9. Photo taken 21May2012 at Gilbert Water Ranch, Gilbert, AZ. No yellow on underside. Not a rounded head. Little yellow on lower mandible. And seems that the primary projection is long.
  10. I looked at other's Semipalmated Sandpiper photos and now see the comparative differences in the bill length with Western's. Thanks
  11. Photo taken 21May2012 at Gilbert Water Ranch, Gilbert, AZ. The brownish coloring makes me wonder.
  12. Photo taken 03May2011 at Gilbert Water Ranch, Gilbert AZ. I see rounded head, bill with dark tip, and short primary projection. Am I evaluating correctly?
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