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Lifer 260, Long-eared Owl! Been looking for one for quite some time.

Lifer (obviously) Ivory Gull. INCREDIBLE to see! Full story here: https://idahobirder.weebly.com/blog/ivory-gull-adventure

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On 4/3/2021 at 9:03 AM, BlueJay said:

Just got back from a road trip to Florida and ended up getting 28 lifers. They were House Wren, Anhinga, Northern Harrier, Glossy Ibis, Common Gallinule, Blue-winged Teal, Royal Tern, Dunlin, Wilson's Plover, Black-bellied Plover, Lesser Yellowlegs, Black-necked Stilt, Semipalmated Plover, American Oystercatcher, Cattle Egret, Indian Peafowl, Black-crowned Night-heron, Sandhill Crane, Purple Gallinule, Loggerhead Shrike, Eastern Screech-Owl, Swallow-tailed Kite, Reddish Egret, Florida Scrub-Jay, Mottled Duck, Tree Swallow, Sora, and Northern Shoveler.

congrats! Awesome birds!

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Western-Screech owl(heard only), Red-crowned parrot, Lilac-crowned parrot, Warbling Vireo, Lawrence's Goldfinch, continuing white-throated sparrow, rufous-crowned sparrow, and yellow warbler!

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Just now, Colton V said:

I would say let's race to 200, but you live in California so you'd win by default.

Sure! But I’m not going to be doing much birding coming up, can you send a CASJ to my house, please? Where are they? They are regularly seen in my town, and I haven’t seen one anywhere!

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Just now, IKLland said:

Sure! But I’m not going to be doing much birding coming up, can you send a CASJ to my house, please? Where are they? They are regularly seen in my town, and I haven’t seen one anywhere!

I see them the most in neighborhoods. My advice is just walk around a neighborhood with a good amount of trees and bushes in it and listen for their distinct calls. 

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1 hour ago, IKLland said:

Sure! But I’m not going to be doing much birding coming up, can you send a CASJ to my house, please? Where are they? They are regularly seen in my town, and I haven’t seen one anywhere!

It's certainly possible you've heard them eand called the Spotted Towhee. The calls confused me when I was starting out.

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9 hours ago, Connor Cochrane said:

It's certainly possible you've heard them eand called the Spotted Towhee. The calls confused me when I was starting out.

Possibly, but shouldn’t I have seen one by now? They are not secretive, right? I hear they are very friendly!

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