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  1. Photo taken at Wilcox, AZ early May Picture at: https://pbase.com/image/169581518
  2. Taken mid-July near Oroville northeast Washington state. Picture at https://pbase.com/image/169522455
  3. Taken late June near Belfair, WA. Picture at: https://pbase.com/alndonna/image/169402738
  4. Taken mid-May at 7400 ft near Flagstaff, AZ Picture at https://pbase.com/image/169229424
  5. Taken mid-May at 7400 ft near Flagstaff, AZ Picture at: https://pbase.com/image/169229171 2nd picture at: https://pbase.com/alndonna/image/169229178
  6. Yes, Wandering Tattler, exact same body shape as my Wandering Tattler picture, taken 10 miles away. That picture is at: https://pbase.com/alndonna/image/163909360
  7. Seen at the Point Brown jetty in Ocean Shores, WA on May 6. This is a common location for Black Turnstones, Surfbirds and Rock Sandpipers. Picture is at https://pbase.com/alndonna/image/169161700
  8. Taken mid-October in Sedona, AZ. Picture at: https://pbase.com/alndonna/image/168873315
  9. Taken in June at Tacoma, WA, where we have common black-capped and chestnut-backed. My picture is at: https://pbase.com/image/168822835 There are 7 chickadees in the US, but Sibley says they all have black throat patches. I did find one picture of one with a brown throat patch. Find that one at: https://www.discoverlife.org/mp/20p?see=I_LHT662&res=640
  10. Picture was taken in mid-January at the DesMoines, WA pier on Puget Sound about 30 miles south of Seattle. Zooming in you can see a yellow iris and a red orbital ring. I have only the one picture. Find the picture at: http://www.pbase.com/alndonna/image/168654509
  11. Tacoma, WA along Puget Sound. Taken early October Picture at: http://www.pbase.com/image/168237603
  12. Taken 9-17-2018 at the Edmonds Ferry dock on Puget Sound in Edmonds, WA. Probably 200 gulls, mostly Glaucous-Winged, a few Heermans and an occasional Parasitic Jaeger. Picture at: http://www.pbase.com/image/168140214
  13. Thanks guys, The common and caspian are seen along Puget Sound north of Seattle in August and September. Went there 2 weeks ago and saw 4 caspians which are easy to id from common. I'll go back to Edmonds waterfront in mid-September. Thanks, Al in Tacoma
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