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  1. I wish they all could be California gulls.
  2. I agree with all the above--Great shot of a White-rumped Sandpiper. The orange base on the lower mandible is diagnostic for White-rumped.
  3. I'm not sure about your particular call, but xeno-canto is a good place to search for bird sounds. Here is a link to Blue Jay: https://www.xeno-canto.org/species/Cyanocitta-cristata
  4. The links don't seem to be working, at least for me.
  5. I like the title! I've been too busy to spend much time on here. I can't look at all posts, but I had to click on yours.😁
  6. Maybe Lazuli Bunting. I'm not actually familiar with Lazuli so wait for additional response.
  7. With the dark iridescent feathers and light spots, as well as the yellow bill, this is a European Starling.
  8. Flycatcher. Maybe Cordilleran, but wait for more input. Welcome to Whatbird!
  9. But that face! It looks like a gargoyle!
  10. Thanks, all. I'm out of likes at the moment. I really appreciate the responses.
  11. Yes, but we get a few up the east coast, so not freaky strange.
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