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That’s a tough one.  I’d have to have observed its flight I think.  The head looks smallish, but is turned.  The body looks tubular, like Coop.  Wing position could be temporarily in the “cross” position, instead of pulled forward.  If they stayed like that the whole time I’d say Coop.  

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2 hours ago, Quiscalus quiscula said:

Dunno, looks like a Cooper's though. As Charlie Spencer said, straight edge to wings, and if you take a closer look you can see that the tail feathers are fairly rounded with significantly large white tips.

Not sure what you’re seeing with the white tips. I see barely any. 

The tail feathers are not graduated, and the whole tail fan has “sharp” corners. 

You are more likely to see a Sharpie with its wings straight than a Coop with its wings pushed forwards, in my experience. 

Head looks small to me, as does the overall bird. 

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