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This evening in Seattle

1. Hammond's Flycatcher? Eye-ring, long primary projection, light gray chest

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2. Olive-sided Flycatcher? Strong and contrasting vest, no eye-ring

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3. Western Tanager? I'm assuming this is just a very dull female. Sibley has a pale adult but this looks even grayer.

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1 is not easy at all. The primary projection looks extremely long in the first photo, which would make it a Wood-pewee, but I'm really not sure considering the weird angle

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7 minutes ago, Connor Cochrane said:

1 looks fine for Wood-pewee. 

Thanks! The apparent eye-ring originally pushed me away from Wood-pewee. Although looking closer it's only back half and not really a ring. That makes two new flycatchers for the day

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