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In my opinion here is what I’m gonna go with 

1. song sparrow (heermanni group)

2.sparrow sp.

3. white-crowned sparrow( subspecies uncertain

 

if I had to say song or Savannah on bird #2 I would say song, I live in Orange County, Ca and that bird looks like a heermanni to me( which is what  get here) also remember how the Savannah sparrows here have some of the more yellow line? I did not write the real name cause I can’t spell it🙃🙃 

 

 

 

 

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23 minutes ago, IKLland said:

In my opinion here is what I’m gonna go with 

1. song sparrow (heermanni group)

2.sparrow sp.

3. white-crowned sparrow( subspecies uncertain

 

if I had to say song or Savannah on bird #2 I would say song, I live in Orange County, Ca and that bird looks like a heermanni to me( which is what  get here) also remember how the Savannah sparrows here have some of the more yellow line? I did not write the real name cause I can’t spell it🙃🙃 

 

 

 

 

Does the heermanni group have a pink bill? I agree with @Jefferson Shank

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Just now, Connor Cochrane said:

Yes. I wasn’t really clear. Bird number 1 is Melospiza Melodia Heermanni. There are multiple subspecies in the heermanni group, and this bird is the subspecies the group is named after, heermanni. 

Thanks and do you have any thoughts on bird #2?

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