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  1. Yes I looked it up and that fits. I’ve seen many males but haven’t noticed the females. Thank You
  2. Grants Pass Or. Not sure about this bird. My first thought was a female House Sparrow. It just seems too big. about the size of a female Red-winged Blackbird. Has a chest markings Like a female brewers blackbird. I've never seen any blackbirds in my yard Thank you for your help
  3. One may be a song sparrow but not sure and again poor photos Grants Pass Or 1. 2. Maybe a house finch?
  4. Not sure. Poor photos. any help appreciated Grants pass Or
  5. Grants Pass Or Hoping this time it is a Female Rufous Any help appreciated
  6. Grants Pass Or Could this be a female Rufous hmmingbird I know what a male looks like but little iffy on the females When it turned its head the throat looked shinny orange and red and the tail looked a little orange Thank you
  7. Grants Pass, Or I think this is a Red-tailed Hawk. The color isn't what I'm use to seeing but seems to have a belly ban. Also I noticed what I think is a band on the foot. Anyone know what that is for? Couldn't see any numbers but seems to be metal grey.
  8. Thank you for your comments. I just wanted to make sure I wasn't missing something.
  9. Grants Pass, Or I'm not sure. This hummingbird looked different than others I've seen I don't remember the light belly on other annas I've seen. Thanks for any help
  10. Pretty sure it's a Red-shouldered Hawk Grants Pass Or
  11. Thank you There were two birds and were staying together.
  12. Grants Pass, Or along the Rogue River I'm thinking Red-tailed Hawk Not the best photos. They were pretty high
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