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  1. Thank you hbvo150...I'm wondering if you had time, if you could point out how you determined it was a Coopers. Sibley's notes that a Coopers has a pale nape but hard to see in this photo. Hawks are tough for me, so any information I can learn from experts is appreciated.
  2. This hawk was seen this week in SW Montana. Not a great photo but I'm thinking either a Coopers or Sharpshinned, but not completely sure. I would appreciate any help as to what hawk this might be. Thank you!
  3. Thank you all. I may try again this week...hopefully the Iceland sticks around.
  4. Today in SW Montana. I had heard there was a Iceland Gull (Thayer's) at a landfill close to where I live so I took a chance to see if I could find it. There were also Ring-billed, California and Herring Gulls present. This one stood out to me, so I'm wondering if it might be the Iceland. Gulls can be very difficult for me, so any help with an ID would be very grateful. Thank You!
  5. This bird was seen a couple days ago in SW Montana. I believe it could either be a Least or Western Sandpiper,but could be wrong on both. Any help on a positive ID would be appreciated. Thank you!
  6. This bird was seen yesterday in SW Montana. I've checked all my resources and haven't been able to come up with a positive ID. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank You!!
  7. Seen yesterday in south central Montana. There were two running along a drainage ditch outside of town. They were clipping along pretty good so I was fortunate to get a photo. I don't see many upland game birds and I think they are possibly Gray Partridge, but a positive ID would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
  8. Thank you! Yellowlegs was my first thought, but as I took a closer look at the photos I talked myself out of it!
  9. This bird was seen yesterday in NW Montana. I believe it may be a Solitary Sandpiper but not 100% sure. Any help with a positive ID would greatly appreciated.
  10. These birds were seen yesterday in south central Montana. I believe one might be a Willow Flycatcher and the other a Western Wood-pewee. I did not hear the song/call of either. Any help with an ID would be greatly appreciated.
  11. This bird was seen yesterday at a State Park in north central Montana. I believe it is a flycatcher, unfortunately they are extremely hard for me to make a positive ID. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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