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It's a Western Flycatcher. Teardrop eyeing and yellowish overall body.

By range, almost certainly a Pac-slope

Edited by Connor Cochrane

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3 hours ago, Bird-Boys said:

Probably just Pacific-slope

:classic_blink::classic_blink: That would be a lifer!

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54 minutes ago, Kevin said:

:classic_blink::classic_blink: That would be a lifer!

I don’t say just infront or birds often, but here on the Pacific Coast, Pac-slopes are insanely common. I often get well over 30 in the peak of migration, even today, around a month after the biggest wave of them, I still saw around 15

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1 minute ago, Connor Cochrane said:

insanely common.

Well now you know how I feel about Northern Cardinals...

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1 hour ago, Kevin said:

Well now you know how I feel about Northern Cardinals...

or Carolina Wrens.  Three fledglings hop-flew into a juniper this evening, just a few feet ahead of the pursing terrier.

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