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  1. We saw this bird while kayaking on Aug 3 on the Hood Canal near Seabeck, WA. We didn't have binoculars and couldn't get close enough to get an id, but I took this very-grainy-when-cropped video. When we got a little closer, the bird dove for long enough that we lost track of it. Any chance someone can tell? Marbled murrelet? Some kind of grebe? bird.mp4
  2. Bird seen in Columbia, Maryland today. Is it a yellow bellied sapsucker or a different woodpecker?
  3. I saw this one in Seattle today at Union Bay Natural Area. It looks to me like a yellowlegs – is that right, and is there any way to tell whether lesser or greater from these images?
  4. Thanks – that would be three new ones for the life list!
  5. These are two photos of a large group of geese on two different days on the Olympic Peninsula near Port Angeles. In this first photo, are the smaller geese in the front cackling geese? And what is the lighter one in the very center? And in this second photo, is the white one a snow goose?
  6. Looking through recent photos, we can't decide between a few sandpipers. This photo was taken in early August on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington. We thought there were Least Sandpipers because of the yellow legs. This photo was taken in early September in Discovery Park in Seattle. We figured this one was a Western Sandpiper, also because of the legs. But looking at them together, they otherwise look so similar. Were we originally on the right track, or are they the same?
  7. Spotted circling above at Kah Tai Lagoon near Port Townsend, WA a week and a half ago. Apologies for the grainy photo. I hope the colors are accurate enough for id. Thanks!
  8. Dungeness Spit, a week and a half ago, 5 of these birds together along the shore.
  9. Here are two photos, from two different days. Different birds, different places. Are either or both wood ducks? Both are in the Seattle area, in marshy areas. Sorry for grainy photos!
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