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  1. Thanks! It did cross my mind, but I wasn't sure.
  2. I saw this bird today in Northeast Ohio, It was in the same area with some Nashville Warblers and Yellow-rumped. Any idea what it is? Thanks!
  3. These birds were seen last week in Los Alamos and Santa Fe counties. I used Merlin, but it's not always right so looking for confirmation or corrections. Thanks! #1 Brewers Sparrow? #2 Juvenile Say's Phoebe? #3 Western Tanager -Merlin did hear one in the are I took the photo. #4 Hepatic Tanager - this is the only photo I got so not sure it can be identified by this. #5 Western Wood Pewee - 2 photos
  4. This bird was seen last week in White Rock, New Mexico. There were a lot of Woodhouse Scrub Jays around, but this one seems more blue, I know the Scrub Jays can take on a more blue color in the right light, and you can't see the whole bird here to see if there is gray too, so I'm wondering if it might be a Pinyon Jay? Thanks!
  5. I was visiting New Mexico last week and saw lots of hummingbirds. The first was in Los Alamos and the other 2 were taken in White Rock. Merlin gave me ID's for them, but of course it could have been wrong. I don't know if bird 2 & 3 are the same bird or not, they were taken 1 minute apart, but there were more than a few buzzing around. I'm used to seeing only one kind of hummingbird where I live! Thanks! #1 #2 #3
  6. Need help with an ID for this warbler seen in Northeast Ohio this morning. Thank you!
  7. Well that explains a lot, I don't know what happened, I uploaded the photos to flkr, then copy and pasted them, not sure why they didn't show up on the post. I've gone back and added them, hopefully they will work this time.
  8. This was bigger than a Kestrel. It was just sitting in a tree on the edge of a wooded area near a reservoir. It flew off towards the rising sun, so I wasn't able to get a good look at it in flight.
  9. I saw this bird this morning in Northeast Ohio. The eye color is really throwing me, figure maybe it is a juvenile? Looked too small to be a red-shouldered hawk. I considered a Merlin, but looked a little too big, but I have only seen one twice, and it was farther away, so maybe it just looked bigger because it was closer up. Any thoughts? Thanks!
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