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Grants Pass, Or

I'm am just not sure on this one.

He sat up at the top of the tree for about 10 min.

Photos are terrible but maybe someone could give me a clue. 

Bigger than the regular Annas around and bigger than the rufous.

Never saw it fly. Just not sure but think it's a hummingbird.

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21 hours ago, Jerry Friedman said:

The beak is much too short for a hummingbird.

Well, there are some hummers with beaks that short, but they are needle-shaped, not as thick as this one. And I don't think any of them occur in the US.

Edited by Aveschapines
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