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On 9/21/2020 at 9:04 AM, Connor Cochrane said:

Quiz for @AlexHenry, what subspecies is this? This one is easily identified down to ssp.

Pretty short looking primary projection - Nuttall's?

Back patterning is pretty messy too. I definitely need to practice more with this haha

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Juvenile Least Bittern (one of the last to leave Ontario) has developed excellent fishing skills - never missed while I was watching.

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5 hours ago, AlexHenry said:

Pretty short looking primary projection - Nuttall's?

Back patterning is pretty messy too. I definitely need to practice more with this haha

That’s correct. 

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Mojave Desert, rural part of Yucca Valley Ca. Camera Sony A7ll w Tamron 150 - 600mm lens. This is a LeConte's  thrasher......He had just taken a bath in water In the I running under the pine tree. The birds love it when there is some water, out here in the hi-desert they don't see much in the summer so they are all jump in when it's available

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