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Victor D

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  1. 12 minutes ago, PaulK said:

    It looks like every major birder in the region went to see the poor thing today, including the eBird reviewer. There are a good dozen reports today.

    I think it's safe to say it's confirmed!

    Edited to add that your pictures are better than most of the ones posted on the rare bird alert. Very nice!



    Thank you Paul!

  2. Canada. BC. Ladner Harbor Park - today, between 11am and 2 pm

    I posted this BC Bird's page as a Marsh Wren ? Have been corrected by more knowledgeable person. I guess two species are similar?

    This bird is on first two pictures. 

    But this place is amazing. There are two species which do not suppose to live there - California Scrub-Jay and a Blue Jay, but they are friends and have been reported by many people since last October I think, So I have them but pictures are not great, from far away against the light..

    Also came across leucistic Spotter Towhee.. 

    All of those are Lifers for me!






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  3. Canada. BC. Port Coquitlam. Blakeburn Lagoon Park. April 6. Around 6pm


    I was trying to catch pictures of Ruby-Crowned Kinglets - there were lots of them around. I was leaving the area, when one bird landed on a near by tree. It seems bigger than Kinglet, has slightly longer body. Please see if you can ID it.. Could it be Hutton's Vireo?

    Last Three - Kinglets. I need to ID a bird on a picture #1 please





  4. Just now, AlexHenry said:

    The first photo is definitely a Violet-green Swallow. The white coming up on the face around the eye is diagnostic.

    Is the second bird a different individual? It looks more like a Northern Rough-wing to me, but it might just be the angle

    Hi Alex. Both species reside in this area.. Fast flying birds. Not always easy to catch details. I was trying to take pictures, to get some time to look. But it does not really help me ?

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