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Boyd

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  1. I'm with you 100%, now that you've put me on the right path......Thanks
  2. My shy-of-knowledge guess would be Sandpiper but which one....? Hopefully an expert will jump in for the ID.
  3. This morning Gage, NM. Help with ID please. I have no idea. Thanks
  4. Thanks everyone...Putting pictures of each side by side and the answer sort of pops ya in the eye.....
  5. Thanks Charlie, let me give it another try.....
  6. This morning south of Gage, NM Elevation 4,200' There are Say's around here but this guy perched right out side of my window this morning for a photo op and to me he looks larger than the nesting Say's further up the mountain. Could this be a Cassin's Kingbird? Thanks for your help.
  7. Being a forgetful octogenarian ain't easy....Thanks, yes, Goldfinch.
  8. This morning in Sierra Vista, AZ. I can see it's a seed-eater but don't know what family. That little black cap is confusing me. Thanks for your help.
  9. Yep....That's one I should have known....Thanks
  10. I've never seen such a variety of birds in one place but then I've never been in the springtime mountains. Today, Sierra Vista, Arizona Thank you for your help in ID'ing.
  11. How fun, and thanks, that makes two new photo lifer's for me today.
  12. Thanks Bird-Boys....I keep reading but keep coming up with Lesser Goldfinch. What's throwing me off.
  13. Today Sierra vista, Arizona. Lot's of birds out singing, calling in mates and building nests. Thanks for your ID help.
  14. Thank you.. 🙂 A photo lifer for me.
  15. This morning Sierra Vista, Arizona. Thanks for your help. Two pictures
  16. Sure and there are many of the easy to identify males.....Thanks
  17. Yesterday, Blythe, CA Is this possibly in the fly catcher family? Thanks for your help.
  18. Thanks folks, I'll get it yet......
  19. Today, Mesa, AZ I think this is a Cassin's Finch. Am I close? Thanks for your help.
  20. I thought if it was the Eastern Bewick's it would be out of range because it sure didn't look like the Western. Thank's for taking me to school.
  21. This morning Mesa, AZ Bulldog Canyon Is this a Marsh Wren? Thanks for your help.
  22. It's all in how you whistle them in... ....Thanks Blackburian
  23. My thought too, though that would put them north, out of their natural range. Thanks
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