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Dan P

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  1. Taken on 9-28-2022 at J. Percy Priest Lake -- Seven Points Recreation Area, east of Nashville, TN. I think this is a Black-and-White Warbler, but would like confirmation.
  2. Okay, my report will be the first of a YRWA at that particular eBird hotspot in September. Thanks.
  3. Taken on 9-28-2022 at J. Percy Priest Lake -- Seven Points Recreation Area, east of Nashville, TN. Can this little guy/gal be identified? I'm not positive that yellow patch is actually on the bird's rump.
  4. Yes NASCAR, and a few days in Nashville, and some genealogy in Giles Co., TN and Limestone Co., AL. Oh, and some birding.
  5. Taken on 10-3-2022 along the Tennessee River in Limestone County, AL. Can anyone tell what this bird is? I just got back from a trip to Nashville and Talladega. The trip was not primarily for birding, but I did some birding here and there along the way. This was my first time birding outside of California and Arizona, and I got several lifers that I am pleased with. I was surprised at the scarcity of waterfowl on the lakes and rivers -- even at eBird hotspots. And getting photos of the birds in the dense canopies was challenging.
  6. Thanks. I've got to go back and try to get some good photos. That was 40+ feet up in a very tall sycamore -- and she was not being very cooperative.
  7. Chestnut-sided Warbler at Bette Davis Picnic Area in Glendale, CA
  8. Taken on 9-19-2022 at Bette Davis Picnic Area in Glendale, CA. I'm having a hard time with this one.
  9. Taken on 9-19-2022 on the Los Angeles River in Glendale, CA. Is this one identifiable?
  10. Taken on 9-15-2022 at Bette Davis Picnic Area in Glendale CA. This was not the subject of these photos, but rather in the background. I think its a Song Sparrow, but not confident.
  11. Taken on 9-15-2022 at Bette Davis Picnic Area in Glendale, CA. I need help with this one. The lighting is not too good. Taken at sundown from below.
  12. That looks like a Yellow Warbler to me. ?
  13. Here is the best photo I have of the face. I didn't want to prejudice your opinion, but there was a Neotropic about 10-15 feet away from this one. If this is a NECO, it's interesting that there is no white edging on the gular patch. There were about 40 Double-crested Cormorant's on and around this island -- mostly in the trees near this one.
  14. Taken on 8-21-2022 at Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve in Van Nuys, CA. What's this bird on the right?
  15. I've never seen one with the dark patch in that position. Thanks.
  16. You're too fast. Edited and uploaded. Thanks.
  17. Taken on 8-21-2022 at Sepulveda Basin in Van Nuys, CA. The placement of the dark patch on the face has me confused. Both photos are of the same bird.
  18. Here is one I took at The Meadows park at Silverlake Reservoir on 9-27-2021. It wasn't a lifer for me as I had seen a female/immature in Sepulveda Basin in 2020.
  19. You had to go to Africa to see a Pin-tailed Whydah? You could have just come to Los Angeles.
  20. On 8-5-2022, I went to Malibu Lagoon in Malibu, CA for the first time. It was only the second time I had been to a coastal location. I got at least eight new lifers (unless I've misidentified anything): Snowy Plover, Semipalmated Plover, Black-bellied Plover, Ruddy Turnstone Elegant Tern, Heerman's Gull, Pelagic Cormorant and Brown Pelican.
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