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  1. I was real excited when I came online and saw 10 responses. Then I see it was all generated by my poor wording of the post! Oh, well.
  2. Comments about location are noted. I didn't realize I omitted the state. For what it's worth, the location is in the Mojave Desert, just a bit north of Palm Springs CA. It is in the overlap of the ranges for these 2 species.
  3. Springbok, good to hear from a fellow SW Washingtonian (Clark County). Try using Imgur to load your photos and it will give you a link to copy and paste into your Whatbird post to display the photo.
  4. Hi, look up Yellow Rumped Warbler and see if that looks right.
  5. 3-31-19 Big Morongo Preserve Can any of these be safely called Nuttall's? Thanks
  6. Pretty sure on these but please verify lifers. Thanks 3-31 Big Morongo Preserver Mojave Desert S. California Costa's 2-19 Bentsen Rio Grande State Park Texas Calliope 2-17 Ramsey Nature Park, Harlingen TX Buff-bellied
  7. Thanks, I actually meant to say Swamp Sparrow. Swing and a miss on the bunting. It's a lifer though, so no complaints. Thanks!
  8. Aransas NWR Semi-palmated Plover? Laguna Atascosa NWR - another semi? Boca Chica - Black bellied or American Golden Plover? Thanks
  9. March 2019 - Not real familiar with eastern birds Blue Grosbeak? Orange Crowned Warbler? Chipping sparrow? Thanks
  10. Merritt Island NWR central FL 2-8-19 Not experienced with eastern birds. Can I safely assume this to be a White Eyed Vireo? Thanks
  11. Going on a birding trip for about a week in the next few weeks. I've read about the World Birding Center sites, Aransas and a few others. Does anyone have insight on the best of the best places in the area? I'll be looking for sea birds at Padre Island and possibly Aransas, (also Cranes). Also interested in the Rio Grande specialities. Thx
  12. Thanks all, he was quite the handsome guy, now if he would just keep his mouth shut!
  13. Thanks for the IDs. I quit looking through possible candidates before I got to turnstones! I'm hoping some Florida duck guru can help me on the first picture. It looks good to me, there is the clean beige head and strongly marked body. The bill colors seem right for male and female. I think I see a black spot near the gape that is diagnostic but there is some glare in the picture that makes it less certain than it would be.
  14. Help out a northwesterner with south eastern birds? Thanks, Merritt Island NWR FL - 2-7-19 Mottled Ducks? Palm Warbler A plover of some kind? Not sure about this one - black bellied?
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