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33 minutes ago, IKLland said:

Do you recall whether it was waging its tail up and down?

It’s an empid, leaning Hammond’s but not positive. 

I have 20 frames.  The first 12 it is standing erect with the tail straight down.  The last 8 frames the tail moved forward then back to vertical once, then forward again to the position shown in the last photo.  I don't know if that qualifies as wagging its tail.

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4 minutes ago, Dan P said:

I have 20 frames.  The first 12 it is standing erect with the tail straight down.  The last 8 frames the tail moved forward then back to vertical once, then forward again to the position shown in the last photo.  I don't know if that qualifies as wagging its tail.

Then it confirms that it’s not a gray flycatcher. Either Hammonds or dusky, leaning Hammonds. Wait for more thoughts. 

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11 minutes ago, Dan P said:

I have 20 frames.  The first 12 it is standing erect with the tail straight down.  The last 8 frames the tail moved forward then back to vertical once, then forward again to the position shown in the last photo.  I don't know if that qualifies as wagging its tail.

This photo you have up is a fox sparrow, not a bell’s sparrow.

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