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29 Aug 2021 Carmel Valley & surrounds, Monterey co. California

1.  Oregon Dark-eyed Junco

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2.  Junco vs.  towhee sp.--he/she seemed bigger than the juncos; eye was red

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3.  Anna's 

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4.  Bewick's Wren

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5.  ???

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6.  Oregon Dark-eyed Junco

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7.  California Scrub Jay

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8.  Bushtit va. Oak Titmouse

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6 minutes ago, Connor Cochrane said:

1. Dark-eyed Junco 

2. California Towhee

3. Anna's Hummingbird

4. Bewick's Wren

5 Bushtit

6. Dark-eyed Junco

7. California Scrub-Jay

8. Bushtit.

California Towhee, Bewick's, & California Scrub Jay are all Lifers.  ❤️   When is the clarifier, "Oregon" used for the junco?

 

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3 minutes ago, Quiscalus quiscula said:

Makes sense. My average typing speed is around 60.

My typing speed is about 6. Never took typing in school, and I'm too old to learn now. I use the "hunt and peck" method. Works for me! 🙂

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9 minutes ago, Quiscalus quiscula said:

I learned typing from typing.com. Good website.

Back in the Dark Ages, when I was in high school, we had to take an actual typing class.   We used IBM electric typewriters, which were considered cutting edge at the time.

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Just now, floraphile said:

Back in the Dark Ages, when I was in high school, we had to take an actual typing class.   We used IBM electric typewriters, which were considered cutting edge at the time.

I know electric typewriters! Aren't they so noisy? I have an even older typewriter, I don't remember the company name now, but quite old, not even electric.

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23 minutes ago, floraphile said:

Back in the Dark Ages, when I was in high school, we had to take an actual typing class.   We used IBM electric typewriters, which were considered cutting edge at the time.

Same with me! I took typing summer after 9th grade. It has stood me in good stead. I may have learned on a manual typewriter, though since that was 49 years ago, I am not sure.

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