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  1. Thanks, everyone ... I got confused by the buffy malar stripe!
  2. Photographed Dec. 19, 2019 at Cosumnes River Preserve in Sacramento County, California I only got this one pose, nothing from any other angle. Tempted to call it a Lincoln's Sparrow, but I'm quite uncertain. Any and all comments greatly appreciated!
  3. Photographed next to SFO International Airport on Oct. 31, 2018 At first I thought these were Western Sandpipers, since I didn't see much white at the base of their outer primaries. But when I spotted the LESA [perhaps it's a WESA?] at far, far left and how much smaller it was, I began to think they are actually Dunlin. I did see two Least Sandpipers in this group after they had landed, so I'm assuming the small bird in the photo is a Least. Any and all comments greatly appreciated! Chris
  4. Thanks, guys!!! Thanks for the tips on the differences between Savannah & Lincoln's ... that was my other choice, but I completely missed the buffy malar and was swayed towards Savavnnah by the relatively large dark tips on the secondaries. Much appreciated!!
  5. Photographed on Feb. 28, 2018 at Sweetwater Wetlands, Arizona I believe this is a Brewer's Sparrow, but since it would be a lifer, I can't be certain: I'm quite uncertain about this, but I think it might be a Savannah Sparrow: Thanks in advance for any comments!
  6. Great! A lifer for me! ABA #295 Thanks, Blackburnian!
  7. Taken Sunday, July 22, 2018 in Mount Diablo State Park, Contra Costa County in a stand of black oak trees. Very shady conditions and the bird was very active -- apologies for the poor quality of the photos. Thanks in advance for your help! Glad to see the forum back up and running!!!
  8. So glad you're back after suffering through a major disaster. It's a shame so much was lost, but moving forward is more important than looking back.
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