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  1. This bird was seen in the Ramona Grasslands in So. Cal. today. I believe it is a European Starling but the brown head does not match the iBird description and photos.
  2. Yes, I saw horned larks in the area. I guess are females. Thanks for the help.
  3. Bird seen in Ramona Ca earlier today. Seems to be sparrow but I can't find a good match.
  4. Thanks for the ID's. I was reluctant to conclude eared grebe since I have been going to Lake Hodges for years and have never before seen one. We are in range for non-breeding eared grebes and it does fit the ID well.
  5. This grebe was photographed at Lake Hodges in So. Ca. during Feb 2018. The common grebes seen there are Western, Clark's, and Pied-bill. The red eye eliminates Pied-bill. It does not appear to be Western or Clark's either, unless there is a juvenile version of them that looks like the photo. Can anyone give a positive ID?
  6. Saw this bird in the Ramona Grasslands (Southern Cal) on 3/15. Could not get close so the photos are poor even with 560mm lens. Any ideas?
  7. You may be right. What throws me off a bit is the white chin I see in iBird. This bird does not seem to have it.
  8. There was a flock of small birds flying close to the ground in the Ramona Grasslands in Southern California. They were mixed in with Mountain Bluebirds. They seemed to feeding on insects like the bluebirds. Small very fast birds that were also foraging on the ground. I believe they may be flycatchers but I cannot find a match.
  9. Thanks for the ID dred. I was afraid that may be answer.
  10. This duck was seen at Santee Lakes in Southern California a few days ago. Does not seem to match anything in iBird Ultimate.
  11. Thanks for the ID. I never heard of domestic mallards. Googled it and now I know a bit more. Thanks. Dave
  12. This duck was seen at Santee Lakes in Southern California near San Diego.
  13. Can't find this duck in either iBird Ultimate or the Crossley ID Guide Waterfowl.
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