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Everything posted by Taylorjane

  1. That you psweet! We didn't see any males, although they could have been there. The Rufous were not happy they showed up and chased them off.
  2. This picture was taken this past weekend near Georgetown Lake in SW Montana. We have a couple feeders and a water feature that attract the Rufous hummingbird. But this bird was smaller and there was no rufous on the base of the tail. After looking through my books I was thinking it could be a Caliope, but would appriciate a positive ID. This would be a new bird for me. Thank you all so much!
  3. Ha yes! Female Yellow headed Blackbird. Thank you both.
  4. This bird was seen today near some ponds in SW Montana. I thought at first it was a Western Meadowlark but now I'm not sure. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank You!!
  5. I just went to the Cornell site and they have a good video of a Lincoln's Sparrow singing ,and from what I remember it was very simililar to the bird song I heard. Lincoln's it is! Thank You!
  6. I went through my photos and I think this is the same bird from a different angle. Quality isn't that great. It was singing quite a bit, and at a high level....so I was thinking at the time it would be an adult. Thank you all for your input.
  7. Taken a few days ago at Georgetown Lake in SW Montana. I think it may be a Song Sparrow, but a positive ID would be great! Thank you so much for your help!!
  8. What a great relief to have this site back up and running!! Thank you So So much! I was thinking it was down for the count, and have been looking at other 'bird ID' websites but none had the expertise I could trust as this one. Thank you again!
  9. This picture was taken on the shoreline of a lake in south-central Montana a couple weeks ago. Not a great picture, but we're thinking it could be a femaile red-necked Phalarope. Any help with a positive ID would be appriciated. Thank You! p.s. So glad this forum is back up!!!
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