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1 hour ago, TN/QC said:

Memphis, Tennessee    21 October 2023

unidentified Sparrow A.jpg

unidentified Sparrow B.jpg

unidentified Sparrow C.jpg

I would suggest starting a new topic for your IDs, @TN/QC. I'm not sure if you're aware of it yet, but you have posted your ID request on the end of topic that was being discussed over 4 years ago. A new topic specific to each ID makes for a lot less confusion, and keeps the old stuff from getting shuffled to the front of the pile. 😉

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57 minutes ago, lonestranger said:

I would suggest starting a new topic for your IDs, TN/QC. I'm not sure if you're aware of it yet, but you have posted your ID request on the end of topic that was being discussed over 4 years ago. A new topic specific to each ID makes for a lot less confusion, and keeps the old stuff from getting shuffled to the front of the pile. 😉

So you don't know either?  :classic_tongue:

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51 minutes ago, Colton V said:

Is there a specific plumage (i.e. female, juvenile, fall plumage, etc) that lacks a yellow supraloral spot or is this just a drab bird?

No, I just know there’s some variation with the amount and boldness of the yellow, some can appear to have very little or even none but I don’t think it’s age/sex related. 

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