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STUDAR

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  1. Thank you very much. I only got about two hours of birding time, but was able to be introduced to so many new species. These flycatchers were especially tolerant of my photography. I was surprised at how boisterous their singing is. I agree, these birds are full of life and personality! 🙂
  2. Thank you all for the identification! I see the identifying markings now.
  3. OK great! Thank you all for this good help. I find that I mix up the Red-Tail with other hawks all the time. This helps me see the differences!
  4. Hello! Red-Tailed Hawk? Location: Southern Colorado Habitat: High Desert, Juniper trees, Scrubland Date: June 3
  5. Hello! Is this a Bewick's Wren? Location: Southern Colorado Habitat: High desert, juniper trees, scrubland Date: June 3
  6. I'm Seeing all the differences, now. Thank you!!
  7. Hi everyone - Is this a Townsend's Solitaire? Location: Southern Colorado Habitat: High Desert, Juniper trees, Scrubland Date: June 3
  8. Hi all - Is this a Lark Sparrow? Location: Southern Colorado Habitat: High desert, scrubland, juniper trees. Date: June 3
  9. Hello! I think this is a Great-Crested Flycatcher. But it may be out of range. Location: Southern Colorado Habitat: High desert, juniper trees, scrubland Date: June 2
  10. 🙂 I really didn't. But confirmation is just part of my process for my list. I don't including anything that has not been confirmed by experienced birders. Thank you all!!
  11. Ah 😞 No worries. Sparrows are though for me. Thank you!!
  12. Hi all! Is this a Western Wood-Pewee? Location: Southern Colorado Habitat: High desert, juniper trees, scrub-land. I think its a Pewee, because of the size (about 5 inches; on the smaller side) as well as the plumage on the wing, the shape of the head and no eye ring.
  13. I don't know if there is enough information to identify this bird. However, I think this may be a Common Nighthawk, due to the stripes on the underside of the wing. Location: Southern Colorado Habitat: High-dessert, juniper forest, scrub-land. Date: June 3
  14. Hello all - OK here we go.....I think I have at least two or three different "fly-catching" birds, but I have a really tough time identifying them, as they all look the same to me, just as many sparrow do. So here is the first one.....the second photo shows some really distinctive plumage which makes me think this is a kingbird. Location: Southern Colorado Habitat: low-density urban environment. Date: June 3
  15. Hi - Bullock's Oriole? Location: Colorado Habitat: desert/dry scrub-land. Juniper trees. Date: June 3
  16. Hi everyone - Harris' Sparrow? Location: Denver, CO Habitat: Urban/Suburban Date: June 3
  17. Hi everyone, Is this a Rock Dove? Location: Denver, Colorado Date: June 3 Habitat: Gas Station roof. Urban/suburban Area.
  18. Hi all. I think this one is fairly obvious, but I would like a confirmation anyway. Bald Eagle? Location: Western Nebraska Habitat: pond, with forest and some open meadow. Date: June 3.
  19. Thank you all, for this great feedback. These beautiful beasts illicit some strong feelings. I live in an area that I think should be teeming with red-heads. However, I never saw even one, until today. It visited my garden. Now I know to look higher up in trees and I will certainly check out telephone polls as well. I love the poem! I recently picked up a book of old American poetry. In the "Animals" portion of the book, birds were only beaten by dogs as the most common topic of this book. Hopefully, I will have more experiences with them soon.
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