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  1. Potential retroactive life birds here. I was going through some old vacation photos, before I started keeping my life list and before I tried to get good pics of the birds. Are all these Western Gulls? 1. - 5. Near Sea World, by the charter fishing and whale watching docks. 6. In La Jolla 7. - 8. San Diego Bay, bait barges Bonus: Any idea what these are? A couple miles out during whale watching. Surfbirds?
  2. I think this is good for an Elegant tern. taken in San Diego in July.
  3. I’m in the process of re-habitating my yard. It’s not much, about .25 acre on a canyon. I have done a lot of research on native plants and had decided to add aloy of native plants that are bird and butterfly specific. But it then I heard birders talking about the exotic plants being the best for migrating birds. It’s got me thinking about a native/exotic mix of plants. Here’s my question: What plants, shrubs, trees have you found to be the best for capturing the lure of the largest variety of migrating birds? San Diego Inland Area. Thank You!!!!
  4. Taken 6/13/2018 in the mountains of San Diego. Is it a willow? I’m hoping for a Dusky!
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