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Saw today in my backyard at 11 am. SF Bay Area, California. From the Audubon app, it looks like a dark-eyed junko, but I see so many variations of the dark-eyed junko so wanted to pose the Q.

I hope it's okay to have multiple posts in a day. Thank you everyone.

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Looks good to me, although I can't tell you which subspecies.  I'm sure someone will narrow it down shortly.

It's 'junco', by the way.  :classic_biggrin:

Edited by Charlie Spencer

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Agree with Dark-eyed Junco, the Oregon variety. I think this is a young male molting into adult plumage, or possibly an adult male just molting.

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22 hours ago, Bird Brain said:

Agree with Dark-eyed Junco, the Oregon variety. I think this is a young male molting into adult plumage, or possibly an adult male just molting.

agree with adult male Oregon subspecies DEJU.

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