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Jim Morris

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  1. I saw this hawk in a rice field in Colusa County today. Doesn't quite feel like a Red-tailed to me. Would love expert opinion here. Thanks!
  2. Thanks--- it didn't look like a Red-tailed to me. Appreciate your insight!
  3. Found this hawk in Butte County today. Not exactly sure of the species. Would love expert ID help. Thank you!!
  4. Thanks so much! We see a lot of Red-tails. Nice to have spotted something different! Appreciate your feedback.
  5. I saw this Hawk at the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge in Willows this morning. Slender shape and smaller than many that I see in the valley. My initial thought was a Cooper's Hawk but would love feedback on ID. Thank you!!!
  6. My wife and I are debating which type of Hawk this is- Red-tailed or Red-shouldered. Two photos of the same bird from the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge today. Thanks for your help!! Jim
  7. I saw these at the Cosumnes River Preserve today in Sacramento County. I think it's a male Western Bluebird and a Lesser Goldfinch, but would love to confirm. Thank you!!
  8. Thanks---- I thought so as well. Another person suggested Black-shouldered, which I didn't think was found in California.
  9. I'm wondering what variety of Kite this is? This visual is from a rice field in Northern California. Thanks - Jim
  10. Would really appreciate help. I saw this magnificent bird in a rice field in Northern California today. Hoping to get confirmation on its species. Thank you!!
  11. There were actually two of these hawks, but one took off before I could get the photo. Thank you for the ID help!
  12. Hello-- I found these shorebirds in a Colusa County rice field today. Trying to determine what they are. Sorry for the poor light on the first two--- I was taking photos into the morning sun. Thank you!!
  13. Thanks for the help! I saw this near the Colusa National Wildlife Refuge. Unfortunately it was in a field that is drying up, so it's not easy to get to nor likely to still be there.
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