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Taylorjane

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  1. This bird showed up in my yard today and at first I thought it was a Pine Siskin because they had been here the last couple weeks, but it was twice the size of a siskin. It also was very skittish, and did not know how to get to any of my feeders unlike other birds who have been here this spring. Any help with an ID would be greatly appreciated! Thank you
  2. Thank you for your help Aidan B. Sparrows are super tough for me, especially if they're all wet!
  3. I saw this little bird in my backyard today in SW Montana. I briefly watched it fly down to the water dish and by the time I grabbed my camera it was fully drenched. Any help with an ID would be greatly appreciated! Thank you.
  4. Thank you all! I wanted to be sure on this one as it would be a life bird for me.
  5. I checked eBird and sightings are few around here, and in all cases the past couple years it's only been one that's been observed.
  6. This little bird was seen in my backyard in SW Montana. I believe it's a Nashville Warbler but not 100%. Any help with a positive ID would be greatly appreciated. The photos aren't great. It was quite active, and I was taking the pictures through a window.
  7. Thank you Aidan ~ I believe Pacific-slope is in the range, but Hammonds and Cordilleran are more frequent.
  8. This bird was seen last week in Ramsey Canyon Arizona. We believe it is either a Cordillarian or Hammonds flycatcher. Any help with a positive ID would be greatly appreciated! Thank You
  9. This looks to be a baby.....but not sure. Seen today in a friends backyard in the center of town. Any help with an ID would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!
  10. This bird was seen today in So Central Montana. I should know what it is, but it has me stumped! Any help with an ID would be greatly appreciated. Thank You!
  11. Thank you both, you've been very helpful with your descriptions.
  12. This photo was taken today at a Nature Park on Central Montana. I believe it may be a Veery, but not positive. Any help with an ID would be greatly appreciated. Thank You!
  13. I am a member of the area Audobon Society, and will report the sighting to them. Thank you!
  14. Thank you all so much! The Gray Flycatcher would be a new bird!
  15. Southwest Montana. I'm not sure about the Gray....that would be rare here. A thought I had was possibly an Olive-sided Flycatcher?
  16. These three birds were seen today at a nature park in SW Montana. I believe two may be flycatchers and the other a warbler? Any help with IDs would be greatly appreciated. Thank You!
  17. Thank you both so much! I think I've only seen a House Wren once, but have never heard sing. Great musical song!
  18. This bird was seen today in south central Montana near a marshy area. The call was very unique, one I've never heard before. Any help identifying this bird would be greatly appreciated. Thank You!
  19. A Herring Gull would not be rare, but not as common as the Ring-billed. The Great Black-backed would be very rare,
  20. This gull was seen today at a reservior in SW Montana. Typically we see Ring-billed gulls at this reservior, but this gull didn't look or act like the rest. It seems to have caught a fish and all the other gulls were leaving it alone to eat....which is not what I've witnessed with other gulls with a catch. Any help with an ID on this gull would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
  21. Thank you both! We're very excited to see them back!
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