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  1. I believe this is a Say's Phoebe (lots of them here) but I am a bit thrown off by the blue color. Taken near Lake Hodges in Southern California.
  2. House finch it is. Thanks for the ID.
  3. Seen in the Ramona Grasslands in SoCal. I think it's a Vesper Sparrow, but sparrows are my nemesis.
  4. This bird was seen in SoCal grasslands today. I think it is an immature white-crowned sparrow. Is that right?
  5. Thanks everyone for the ID! I am surprised since the bird does not have a trace of vermilion and vermilion flycatchers are uncommon in this area. Maybe there are more and we misidentify them. It's great to have so many experts available via this site.
  6. It's a Hotspot in eBird. Look for "Ramona Grasslands Preserve". The hotspots "Ramona Grasslands--Old Survey Road 97" and "Rangeland Road" are also around the grasslands.
  7. This bird was photographed a few days ago in the Ramona Grasslands. I can't find a good fit in iBird Pro, but it may be a Western Wood-Pewee. Estimate its size at about 5".
  8. I am not sure what you mean by intergrades, but Red-shafted Northern Flickers are seen in this area.
  9. I did not get a good look at this bird, but I think it may be a Red-shafted Northern Flickr. Seen in the Ramona Grasslands in Southern California.
  10. FYI, Hal Cohen of Borrego Hawk Watch agrees.
  11. This bird was seen in the Ramona Grasslands in Southern California. I believe it is a juvenile Red-Shouldered Hawk. I could not get a look at its back or tail.
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