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  1. Taken on 4-27-2022 at Bear Divide in the Angeles National Forest, Los Angeles County.
  2. Taken on 4-27-2022 at Bear Divide in the San Gabriel Mountains, Los Angeles County. Can this one be identified?
  3. Taken in the morning on 4-29-2021 at Bear Divide in the San Gabriel Mountains, Los Angeles County, CA. Any ideas what this is?
  4. Taken on 4-29-2021 in the morning at Bear Divide in Angeles National Forest (between Canyon Country and Lake View Terrace, CA). Ongoing migration count and banding station. All photos are of the same bird.
  5. Taken on 4-29-2021 in the morning at Bear Divide in Angeles National Forest (between Canyon Country and Lake View Terrace, CA). Ongoing migration count and banding station. I'm having trouble identifying these. The first two pictures are of the same bird. The 3rd and 4th pictures may or may not be of the same bird as the first two pictures. All four pictures were taken within 3 minutes of each other, but I took some shots of a towhee in between, so I didn't have my eyes on the first bird the whole time.
  6. Taken on 4-29-2021 in the morning at Bear Divide in Angeles National Forest (between Canyon Country and Lake View Terrace, CA). Ongoing migration count and banding station. Would this be an Indigo Bunting?
  7. Taken on 4-29-2021 in the morning at Bear Divide in Angeles National Forest (between Canyon Country and Lake View Terrace, CA). Ongoing migration count and banding station. I'm thinking this is female Bullock's or Hooded Oriole.
  8. Taken on 4-29-2021 in the morning at Bear Divide in Angeles National Forest (between Canyon Country and Lake View Terrace, CA). Ongoing migration count and banding station. The best I can come up with on this one is a female Lazuli Bunting. There were several male LAZB seen that day. The first image is the original photo, just cropped. The second image is upsized to 200% and shadows lightened.
  9. Taken on 4-29-2021 in the morning at Bear Divide in Angeles National Forest (between Canyon Country and Lake View Terrace, CA). Ongoing migration count and banding station. I was photographing a Lazuli Bunting, and along comes this intruder. Is it identifiable?
  10. Taken on 4-29-2021 in the morning at Bear Divide in Angeles National Forest (between Canyon Country and Lake View Terrace, CA). Ongoing migration count and banding station. I can't tell if this is a Wrentit or a female Bushtit. These are the only two photos I have of it.
  11. Taken on 4-29-2021 in the morning at Bear Divide in Angeles National Forest (between Canyon Country and Lake View Terrace, CA). Ongoing migration count and banding station. I know everyone says you need to see the tail feathers to distinguish female/immature Rufous from an Allen's. So that's what I've got, but I don't know exactly what I'm looking for. My feeling is a Rufous, but I can't say why.
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