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IKLland

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  1. FOS white crowned sparrow, American wigeons, gadwalls, and green winged teals.
  2. Four lifers https://ebird.org/checklist/S95039262
  3. Four lifers today…., Orange cheeked waxbill, great horned owl !! , American redstart!!!, and pacific slope flycatcher.
  4. Alll today, coastal Orange County, Ca. Thanks 1. Orange crowned?? two. Which warbler?? 3. confirm orange cheeked waxbill. pac slope? is this identifiable? @Aidan B, @Connor Cochrane, or anyone!
  5. https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/371739141 https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/371739041
  6. Hi all, a few days ago I stumbled upon these cormorants. I know the one on the left is a double crested. The bird on the right, appears to have a slight white “ V” under the chin. This points to nootropic. However, the one neotropic that I have seen had a more extensive white v. But, that bird was an adult. I’m pretty sure this is an immature, due to the more brownish coloring. So, is this a weird neotropic, or a weird double crested? Again, the bird on the right is in question. thanks for any thoughts. A few days ago, at the beach, coastal Orange County, Ca. Zoomed in to the head:
  7. https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/ https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/371498091
  8. Here’s a twist, but a related question. Do any of you think there’s people post8ng species that aren’t rare or flagged, but making them up because they’re cool, and if they add photos, it’s a picture of that species they took somewhere else?
  9. My thoughts: All birders should have at least a super zoom camera for ID purposes. On this topic, we’ll, I can’t say much. @Aaron, the list you posted is one that questions me. There’s no photos at all, and no comments on anything.
  10. Agreed with @DLecy, poor quality, lots of noise, and distracting branches.
  11. Surprisingly, lesser greatly outnumber American here, and I only have one photo of an American, and….
  12. Reminds me of a yellow warbler…..but I’m awful with songs and calls.
  13. Is it just me or does the bill on the second bird look noticeably longer than normal?
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