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Riparian woods, Española, N.M., this morning.

1. i6ltenz.jpg

The teardrop-shaped eye-ring makes me think it's a Cordilleran, but I think it's one of the two that chased each other right near me, making low buzzes, which I haven't heard from Cordilleran.

2.  Confirm Gray Catbird?  In a willow thicket next to the Rio Grande.

https://clyp.it/yl4msov2

3. Very close to me, as you might guess.  It sounded as if it was no higher than my head.  Maybe an alarm call?

https://clyp.it/2mcbbahl

4. In a field or shade trees or in a hobby farm fairly far from the river.  Maybe a domestic bird?

https://clyp.it/rtsxb2no

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26 minutes ago, The Bird Nuts said:

I agree with Gray Catbird for #2.

Thanks!  They're not very common around here.

Edited by Jerry Friedman

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5 hours ago, urban snipe said:

how about the squawking and the flycacher

Dan Lane at xeno-canto said 3 was a Cooper's Hawk and 4 was a Helmeted Guineafowl (which they have on that farm).  Still interested in the flycatcher, but that doesn't mean it's identifiable (and sorry, I didn't mean for it to come out so big).

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