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  1. Thanks, these flycatchers are a bit of a challenge.
  2. Arivaca Cienega, SE AZ 4-10-20 Brown Crested? Sulpher-bellied? Cassin's Kingbird? Thanks
  3. Cooper's or Sharpie? I'm guessing Coop due to light nape. This was the only photo I could get and I didn't want to hang around and disturb her.
  4. Looks like a female Black Headed Grosbeak. Good bird and a sure sign of spring.
  5. Yes, that beak straight up is a classic pose, I've looked right at them and failed to pick them out from the surrounding reeds!
  6. SE Arizona 4-6-2020 female Broad-billed? Lucifer - pretty sure of this one but confirm lifer please
  7. Thanks Tony. Cheer up Nivalis, you'll get the cool eastern warblers soon!
  8. 4-6-202 Hereford AZ extreme south east corner of AZ Lazuli bunting Zone-tailed Hawk? Hepatic Tanager? What kingbird? I'm thinking Cassin's due to the white chin. Thanks
  9. There are 2 races - Myrtle, with a white throat and more patterned face (which is what you have here) and Audubon's with the yellow throat and a somewhat plainer face. This is the most common warbler I see out west. They are doing something right!
  10. This is a pretty cool place. Just starting my walk and the first two birds I see are a Vermillion Flycatcher and Yellow Warbler. Then Vireos! At the end of the walk I get into a staring contest with this guy.
  11. I found another photo that would seem to confirm Cassin's I believe. I don't think a Plumbeous would have the olive on the back, correct?
  12. sorry about the double post, my internet where I am staying is pretty slow and I wasn't sure the first time worked. Thank for the ID help.
  13. Not so sure on my vireos. 3-23-20 Sweetwater Wetlands Tucson AZ
  14. Not so sure on my vireos. 3-23-20 Sweetwater Wetlands Tucson AZ
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