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Peromyscus

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  1. I recommend Sibley guides: the big one as well as the smaller regional one. I like the illustrations of some groups in the 6th/7th editions of the National Geographic guide: Myiarchus flycatchers, kingbirds, orioles, and others, and I turn to them first for those particular groups.
  2. BRDL 40 ???? ???? ???? ???? After my second guess I looked at my spreadsheet of the previous answers & my previous guesses. My third guess was wrong, but it made my fourth and final guess easy.
  3. Saltmarsh Sparrow is not on the state list of Texas birds https://www.texasbirdrecordscommittee.org/texas-state-list
  4. eBird has no records of Saltmarsh Sparrow from Texas, and neither Sibley nor National Geographic include Texas in the range of the species
  5. BRDL 39 ???? ???? ???? ???? ????
  6. Agreed. Red-breasted Nuthatch has a black line through the eye. https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Red-breasted_Nuthatch/species-compare/68039391
  7. BRDL 38 ???? ???? ???? ????
  8. BRDL 37 ???? ???? ???? ????
  9. BRDL 35 was a no go for me
  10. All Amazona parrots are short-tailed: "They are medium- to large-sized parrots, measuring between 23–45 cm (9–17+3⁄4 in) long, and have short, rounded tails and wings." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amazon_parrot#Description
  11. BRDL 34 ???? ???? ???? ???? ???? ???? eta: I almost didn't figure it out myself
  12. I've seen free-flying macaws in Miami/Coral Gables, that were nowhere near Parrot Jungle. You could be right, that they are not macaws.
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