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Dan P

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  1. 12 hours ago, Aidan B said:

    Agree with Nashville

    Did you get the Black-throated Green or Lucy's Warbler?

    I got Lucy's.  I don't think I have a Black-throated Green.  I think they are all Townsend's.

    I got the following species in the same tree:

    Black-throated Gray Warbler

    Lucy's Warbler

    Nashville Warbler

    Townsend's Warbler

    Yellow-rumped (Audubon's) Warbler

    Ruby-crowned Kinglet

    Bushtit

    Nuttall's Woodpecker

     

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  2. Taken 12-28-2021 at Huntington Library and Botanical Gardens in San Marino (Los Angeles Co.), CA.

    I think I know what these are, but I want to hear it from you.

    The first two photos are of the same individual.  The second two photos are of the same individual.  Whether it is just one bird or two, I don't know.  If two, I think both are the same species.

    2021-12-28_Huntington_Libr_8885_w.jpg

    2021-12-28_Huntington_Libr_8893_w.jpg

    2021-12-28_Huntington_Libr_8990_w.jpg

    2021-12-28_Huntington_Libr_9023_w.jpg

  3. Taken just after sunset on 12-20-2021 at Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve in Van Nuys, CA.

    This group of about 20 sparrows was going between the ground and a tree.  I think the photos I have all look like the same species, but I'm having some indecision about what that is.

    The attached photos are of different birds.

    2021-12-20_Sepulveda_Basin_8743_w.jpg

    2021-12-20_Sepulveda_Basin_8750_w.jpg

    2021-12-20_Sepulveda_Basin_8770_w.jpg

    2021-12-20_Sepulveda_Basin_8776_w.jpg

    2021-12-20_Sepulveda_Basin_8777_w.jpg

  4. 3 hours ago, Avery said:

    No, I was just asking because a bird that doesn’t have a Cardinal point in its common name may have one in its subspecies name. I’ve got limited options where I am ?

    In that case, I'd say it would qualify.  Two different species -- the cardinal point can be in the subspecies name.

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