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Was working around the house saw a bright yellow flash...Yellow Warbler.

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On 8/24/2019 at 9:26 AM, Kevin said:

 Last week Baltimore Oriole.

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Are you sure?  This looks like a Orchard Oriole to me............or other oriole sp.

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19 minutes ago, MerMaeve said:

Okay, you said Baltimore.

I meant to say Baltimore. Did you not read the entire thread?

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On 8/27/2019 at 6:45 PM, Charlie Spencer said:

Young birders; no attention span.  :classic_tongue:

Ouch, that hurt! 😣

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On 8/27/2019 at 5:38 PM, Kevin said:

I meant to say Baltimore. Did you not read the entire thread?

I did.  So, correct me if I am wrong, two people said Orchard and one said Baltimore and yet you are going with Baltimore?  Where is the logic in this????  🙄

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Two??

On 8/19/2019 at 7:45 PM, HamRHead said:

For this time of year it looks like only Orchard.

HamRHead was referring to what all he thought was in range. 

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Went to Colorado Springs and got a few lifers.

Western Scrub Jay

Mountain Chickadee

Pygmy Nuthatch

Cordilleran or Hammond`s Flycatcher (not sure which one it was)

Aaaand... last but definitely NOT least...DSCN8439.thumb.JPG.b09c78e7edf4b129116f66543574308e.JPG 

VIOLET-GREEN SWALLOW!!! 😃

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1 hour ago, Seanbirds said:

Went to Colorado Springs and got a few lifers.

Western Scrub Jay

Mountain Chickadee

Pygmy Nuthatch

Cordilleran or Hammond`s Flycatcher (not sure which one it was)

Aaaand... last but definitely NOT least... 

VIOLET-GREEN SWALLOW!!! 😃

Congrats on the lifers!! The Western Scrub Jay in Colorado Springs would now be a Woodhouse's Scrub Jay, by range. They split the Western Scrub Jay into Calif. Scrub Jay and Woodhouse's.

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23 hours ago, Bird Brain said:

Congrats on the lifers!! The Western Scrub Jay in Colorado Springs would now be a Woodhouse's Scrub Jay, by range. They split the Western Scrub Jay into Calif. Scrub Jay and Woodhouse's.

Thanks. My field guide is a bit old.

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A young Common Yellowthroat.  He stayed pretty well hidden in the wildflower garden but came out of hiding long enough to nab a few photos.

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Pectoral Sandpiper, Lesser Yellowlegs, and American Avocet. Jury’s still out on the peeps I saw, which are guaranteed lifers.

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Speaking of peeps, I’ve got a post up over on the ID page. I’d love the help, if anyone can add anything that hasn’t already been said.

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