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New area for me.  All taken yesterday at Humbolt Bay.  Thank you for any help!  I'm really curious about the last one as it's size doesn't fit with any in my book

#1 Small Unknown Sandpiper

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#2  Swallow (Violet-Green or Barn?)

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#3  Probably House Sparrow but looked differently.

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#4 Unknown Sandpiper Number 2

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#5 Cormorant I'm guessing Brandt's 

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#6 Unknown Sparrow 

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#7 Unknown Sandpiper

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#8  I think Turkey Vulture 

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#9  I can't find anything in my book close to this one.  Much taller then all other wading birds (smaller then Great Blue and Great Egret)

 

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