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  1. There's an advanced bird ID facebook page, you could try posting on there, perhaps
  2. Looks fine for Western Kingbird, yes
  3. Am I sure it is a Yellow-throated-ish song? Yes. Am I sure that the bird singing it is a Yellow-throated Warbler? Well, not 100%, but I don't really know what else it could be. If I were to hear it out east I would call it Yellow-throated without a second thought. The song descends gradually, with a short ending that has an upward inflection at the end. At the very least, it's certainly worth getting in contact with your local ebird reviewer and/or posting on local RBA and advanced ID pages, given that Yellow-throated would be quite rare in your area.
  4. Scott's generally has larger, bolder wingbars than OP's bird, the bill looks downcurved, and the back does not appear to have scalloping
  5. Uhhhh..... That's a Yellow-throated Warbler song!
  6. Uhhhhh.... this looks like a Hooded to me
  7. Upland is not a bird you'll see in water, but rather ag fields and grassland.
  8. 5 6 and 7 are Solitary, Least, and Semipalmated, respectively
  9. It's so faint I don't feel comfortable assigning id
  10. There's only one audio file, and it's a Broad-winged Hawk
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