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These are my best guesses:

  1. Northern Goshawk Juvenile?
  2. Spruce Grouse Female/Immature?
  3. Immature White-crowned Sparrow - Note the peaked head and brown and gray crown stripes.
  4. Northern Wheatear - Note the bright buffy overall, pale eyebrow, and black and buffy wings. Breeding males have a black mask, buffy throat, and black wings.
  5. Wilson's Warbler? Yellow Warbler? 

Definitely wait for more opinions. 

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11 minutes ago, akandula said:

These are my best guesses:

  1. Northern Goshawk Juvenile?
  2. Spruce Grouse Female/Immature?
  3. Immature White-crowned Sparrow - Note the peaked head and brown and gray crown stripes.
  4. Northern Wheatear - Note the bright buffy overall, pale eyebrow, and black and buffy wings. Breeding males have a black mask, buffy throat, and black wings.
  5. Wilson's Warbler? Yellow Warbler? 

Definitely wait for more opinions. 

Not sure about the hawk or the grouse. I agree with White-crowned, Wheatear and leaning Wilson's.

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1 hour ago, akandula said:

These are my best guesses:

  1. Northern Goshawk Juvenile?
  2. Spruce Grouse Female/Immature?
  3. Immature White-crowned Sparrow - Note the peaked head and brown and gray crown stripes.
  4. Northern Wheatear - Note the bright buffy overall, pale eyebrow, and black and buffy wings. Breeding males have a black mask, buffy throat, and black wings.
  5. Wilson's Warbler? Yellow Warbler? 

Definitely wait for more opinions. 

I agree with these but not sure about #2

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