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  1. Yes. Some differences are House Sparrow has a black throat, whereas a Golden Crowned does not. House Sparrows are more smaller then Golden Crowned Sparrows. Golden Crowned Sparrows typically don't ever go on feeders. But hop on the ground looking for stuff to eat, or seeds which have fallen on the ground there. House Sparrows love seed feeders as well. Golden Crown Sparrows have a Golden Crown, which they get there name from. There is actually a ton of species of sparrows out there.
  2. 1. Oak Titmouse. They are mostly all grey with a mohawk, it is still a nice picture. You even got a seed in it's mouth! 2. This is a sparrow. Probably House Sparrow Female. 3. Golden Crowned Sparrows
  3. Defiantly a California Towhee. Canyon Towhees aren't in CA.
  4. @Aaron, a Spotted Towhee is Black and it looks like I see brown here. Thinking CA or Canyon Towhee based off of color.
  5. Looks to me like a Canyon or Calfornia Towhee. This is not a Nuthatch.
  6. Hello. Welcome to Whatbird! 🙂 That is a White - Breasted Nuthatch. Nice picture.
  7. Thanks so much for your help. 🙂 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Here is another group 6. Our dog is in the background 7. 8. I would love to know this bird also. If it can be ID'd. 9. 10. These blackbirds were attacking this poor seagull. Yet he didn't care. 🤣 BONAS: After a year of birding, I have finally found my first Wrentit.
  8. Thanks so much for all of your guy's help. See my other Westport Trips (Part One and Two) as well. 🙂 They may not have been ID'd yet. 1. 2. Here is another.... 3. Heres a pair 4. 5. 6. There is so many seagulls around! 7. Western? 8. 9.
  9. Thanks for your help. 🙂 1. My first Violet - Green Swallow! 2. Anna's Hummingbird? 3. I have a feeling this maybe a Purple Finch. 4. Starting up on the gulls again 🙂 5. Heres another one..... 6. This guy has no coloring on his bill! I mean by black or red on the beak. This has to be a new bird! 7. 8. I still have more pics. But here is the last one I will put on this topic. It looks like I will have to create a Westport Trip part 3! 🙂
  10. I suck so bad at gull IDs. Some on Merlin said they were Herring. That would be a first for me. Thanks for your help. Any ID I will be grateful for. 1. Three gulls were chilling near the water. What kind are they? Western and Glaucous Winged are common, but I have seen CA before. Tell me if any of the gulls are a different kind from the others, and please say which one in the picture. 2. I feel like I have never seen a beak like this before in a gull. 3. There is a shadow in this one, so I don't think you can see the certain part of the beak. 4. Heres another group of gulls. 5. 6. 7. A little blurry. Maybe not be able to do a ID? 8. All these seagulls were turning their heads. They maybe the same gull, but I noticed one of the one's backs is a light grey. Could that be a different gull? What are the other Gulls?
  11. Thanks for your help 🙂. I put a lot on each post so I don't create to many of them. 1. 2. 3. Okay, I pause from all the flycatchers for a moment. Bullock or Hooded Oriole female? Another ID I am bad at 🙂 I have so much to learn yet.
  12. Thanks so much for your help. 1. I don't know the difference between Great Crested and Ash Throated Flycatchers yet. I want some ID's for some of them. For this first one, it was the first I have ever found. It was on our sprinkler. 2. Heres another one 🙂 3. I didn't realize I got good pictures of these guys until just now going through the pics. 4. Is this nesting material? Could this one be Ash Throated? 5. Heres a pair of them... 6. This one had a rufous tail. Or at least I think it is Rufous colored. I just realized they have curved bills. 7. Heres another one.
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