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  1. HamRHead

    Where have we been?

    It should be the same as yours. On second thought I've never made it before so it'll probably be a flop.
  2. HamRHead

    Where have we been?

    I'll try it from my Android... https://www.artofmanliness.com/articles/baking-in-the-wild-how-to-make-bannock-bread/ Yep, worked!
  3. HamRHead

    Where have we been?

    I haven't tried on my PC but on my phone there is no way to turn off the edit notification.
  4. Welcome back. 1. Not sure 2. Brown-headed Cowbird 3. Yes, Prairie
  5. HamRHead

    Where have we been?

    I definitely do not want a limit on editing a post. I am bad about typos and I like to fix them when possible. I once misspelled The Bird Nuts name! Thankfully I was able to fix it. Also I am not all that jazzed about the post automatically showing an edit. In most cases it doesn't do anything for me to know that a post has been edited. In the past, the site admin could tell what had transpired in a post and that seems good enough.
  6. HamRHead

    Woodpecker I.D.

    Yes,. Red-breasted Sapsucker. Nice shot.
  7. HamRHead

    Diving ducks in California

    I would say female Surf Scoter for the first, and Greater Scaup on the second bird. The nail appears to be spread out just a little and the head profile looks like Greater to me.
  8. HamRHead

    Yellow Head

    Hmm...male Bobolink at just the right angle?
  9. HamRHead

    Thrush Near Lake Tahoe, California?

    Ah, yes, I see the problem...you have a Spotted Sandpiper.
  10. HamRHead

    Female Blackbird? Sparrow?

    Yes, Red-winged Blackbird. I'm sure if female or young male.
  11. Speaking of popular pages, Let the fun begin had its moments. Where is Short-eared Owl by the way? Have we lost him for good?
  12. HamRHead

    Gull-Billed Tern?

    I agree with Sandwich on the first bird. Even at this angle there is too much bill length for Gull-billed, and I think I see yellow.
  13. HamRHead

    How about this one?

    Okay, so I tried to "like" this excellent contribution and I just get the following notice...
  14. HamRHead

    early bird

    Red-winged Blackbird.
  15. HamRHead

    ?? Bluebird

    Looks like juvenile Mountain, but wait for a second.
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