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5 hours ago, BirdNrd said:

To me as well (who has seen one 438 times).

I’ve seen a ton. Probably way more than I’ve ever reported to Ebird. According to Ebird it’s, 95 observations, 187 individuals. Probably like 200 observations, 500-650 individuals. 

4 hours ago, BirdNrd said:

If you ever come to southern california, you'll see one.

Yep. They’re everywhere here, all time of year. I never get sick of them, though. They’re really cute!

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