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neilpa

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  1. I actually think it's an immature male given the beak and eye color but should wait for someone else to confirm.
  2. Growing up in the midwest, I'd argue the never-ending cornfields are a more boring drive. I'll take the high desert drives over those long stretches of highway farmland.
  3. The proper term here is Trash Panda 😆
  4. Saw a Bald Eagle dive bomb some ducks this afternoon and got in position just as it took off. https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/323728521 https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/323728831
  5. Pair of Ospreys (FOY) and a bunch of Cedar Waxwings
  6. Found a leucistic crow today. Wish he would've cooperated a bit better in relation to the setting sun
  7. First time seeing a breeding plumaged Horned Grebe today. If only it was a bit closer to shore.
  8. In this case, it was tags I use for organizing my personal photos library, not eBird uploads. Your “female-plumaged” suggestion will work well for what I do. Surprising that there isn’t a way to capture this in eBird.
  9. @Tony Leukering Is there a term (technical or otherwise) for referring to birds where females and immature males share a similar plumage without resorting to a slash, e.g. female/immature male? This thread made me realize I tagged a couple of Northern Harrier pics yesterday as female which may not be correct. Wondering if there’s something better to use in such cases.
  10. I saw a bunch yesterday but they were all out of decent photo range. Best I've got from last summer in CO
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