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  1. Heard a weird call this morning while walking the ravine. Of course my recording app had to ‘calibrate’ forever when the bird was at its loudest and most vocal. The location is in the city, but we are near the edge, to the point that moose and things are generally seen here. Mostly a mix of aspen, shrubs, poplar, and several stands of white spruce. Not many options this time of year to choose from, but as usual, haven’t had much luck. Initially thought it was the white-winged crossbill I saw about 10 minutes later, but that does not match up. Calgary, AB this morning. Ignore the magpie at the end. Starts with a long eeeeeeH and then a more squeaky single chirp that is repeated a few times Thanks Unk2.wav
  2. Where: Calgary, Alberta, Canada When: August 16 at 9:13 am MST What: Two yellow warblers drinking at our bird bath I suspect that these are immature Wilson's Warblers since we've had that species in our yard before. I apologize for the high-noise in the pictures, but I was shooting from inside the house and didn't have my telephoto lens. This is the second day they've come for a visit. They only use the bird bath to take a quick drink, and then vanish high into the trees.
  3. July 2019 All photos taken in a large cemetery 1. ?House Finch 2. Based on location, I suppose this is a Black-Capped Chickadee. A fledgling? Or just damp feathers? Living in the southeast, I've only seen Carolinas up to this point. 3. Red-shafted Northern Flickers. I've only seen the yellows before. 4. Female house finch? 5. ?Junvenile American Robin
  4. 1. ?House Wren. Elbow River Camp, Calgary Stampede grounds 2. ?Tree Swallow Elbow River Camp, Calgary Stampede grounds 3. ?Franklin's Gull. Stampede Grounds, Calgary
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