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  1. I'm assuming it's a juvenile Bald Eagle, but it looks so different! Near Denver, CO (on a deer carcass) GE1 by Dave, on Flickr GE3 by Dave, on Flickr GE4 by Dave, on Flickr
  2. I recognize this photo location as Rocky Mountain Arsenal in Denver. It looks very similar to a photo I took out there recently too. I think it's a Merlin Merlin by Dave, on Flickr
  3. Found at Lake Murray....great spot for birding! Here's the ebird listing https://ebird.org/hotspot/L3675490
  4. Calif Gnatcatcher was confirmed by ebird "Both the dingy brown upperparts, and the black undertail (visible in the second photo) show Cal Gnatcatchers."
  5. Saw recently in San Diego. Is this a California Gnatcatcher? Gnat catcher2 by Dave, on Flickr Gnat catcher by Dave, on Flickr gnat catcher by Dave, on Flickr
  6. I posted mine on ebird with photo. Thanks again for the correct ID.
  7. Saw last week in San Diego, CA area Tijuana River Is this an escaped bird? _Q5A9624 by Dave, on Flickr _Q5A9621 by Dave, on Flickr _Q5A9616 by Dave, on Flickr
  8. Thanks Tony, That's why I was trying to show the vent. I also got this photo of a possible different bird. This photo seems impossible to make an ID from but my birding companion said it was the black-throated green... Warbler vent by Dave, on Flickr
  9. Saw this near Denver, CO today. Both had been seen in the area. Hoping it's a Black-throated green...looked a little different. 😉 Could be a juvenile or female of either species? BTG7 by Dave, on Flickr BTG9 by Dave, on Flickr BTG5 by Dave, on Flickr btg3 by Dave, on Flickr btg2 by Dave, on Flickr
  10. Saw last weekend at Rocky Mountain Nat'l Park, Colorado. Had to lighten the photos considerably. F3 by Dave, on Flickr F1 by Dave, on Flickr F2 by Dave, on Flickr
  11. Sorry, you have to turn up the volume. It calls 4 times
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