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  1. Got out to June Lake, CA in the Sierra Mountains. I think this is a Red-breasted Sap Sucker (terrible picture) Also in the Not Great Picture World, was this one. Acted Like a Black Phoebe (Clearly Not) by perching and taking out flying insects. Any help is greatly appreciated' Thank You!
  2. Made it up the hill to Big Bear Lake for Father's Day weekend. Many of the regulars were out, just checking on 2. Not sure which Hummingbird and I believe the other is a White-breasted Nuthatch. Thank you for the help!
  3. Thanks, I should have known black necked stilt since there were many around.
  4. All these taken last week near Palm Desert, Pushwall Palms trail and the Cochella Nature Preserve. 1) Hooded Oriole 2) Not great photos, but after the thrashing my legs got in these extremely thorny bushes, I had to post. Yellow-rumped Warbler? 3) Same- bad photos, bleeding legs. Black-tailed Gnatcatcher? 4) Say's Phoebe? 5) House Sparrow? This next one is actually from the Salton Sea, but I still think it is house Sparrow. Last one, also Salton Sea and one of my favorites. Burrowing Owl
  5. Not sure what happened with the upload on the last one. 2) Northern Shoveler? And I'm curious about the small bird on the left, looks like a small bird of prey. I don't think any of the others can be identified. 3) Semipalmated Sandpiper?
  6. All taken on the south shore of the Salton Sea last week. I've tried to ID what I could, but need some assistance. 1) Not a great picture, Plover? Wilson's? 2) Northern Shoveler? And I'm curious about the small bird on the left, looks like a small bird of prey. 3) Semipalmated Sandpiper?
  7. I didn't know that there was a split. I'll have to do some research to figure the 2 out. B
  8. Finally made back out to the Salton Sea last week (and got home to download my pictures). These ones are all taken at the Sonny Bono Preserve in the southern part of the lake. Checking on some identifications, others need help 1) Common Ground-Dove 2) Also Common Ground-Dove? 3) No Idea, 4) Townsend's Warbler? 5) Gnat Catcher? Thanks for the help, Next up- Shore birds B
  9. Here is one I took a few weeks ago in South Orange County, CA. It was almost dark and I thought it was a scrub-jay, but after looking at the picture, I'm not sure. Or at least not confident
  10. No pic, sorry not a black-necked stilt. I should have circled back for the picture. I thought magpie for sure until I looked at the distribution maps Pin-tailed whydah Looks like it thanks IKLland not enough data for me to confirm, it is actually the second time I saw this one. My family can tolerate my bird watching so much and a U-Turn to get the shot might have made me a permanent resident of the Salton Sea actual location was a few miles south of the Sonny Bono nature preserve in the agricultural fields
  11. No pic, sorry not a black-necked stilt. I should have circled back for the picture. I thought magpie for sure until I looked at the distribution maps
  12. Hello, I have a lot of pictures to go through, but I know I missed this one. Black and and white and looked like a magpie (black or yellow billed, unsure). When I did my research, I can’t see where there range covers the Salton Sea. any ideas? I can’t find any other bird that would match thanks! Other Picts to come
  13. Got out on a kayak and saw my first Northern Pintail Blue-Wing Teal? What Tern? Willet? Unknown to me: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Red-tailed (may not be the same bird)? Northern Mockingbird Thanks for the Help. Alaska, Palm Desert, and Newport. IT has been a Fun February!
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