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Possibly a new species and 2 old friends to confirm


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All taken this morning in Orange County, CA.  

1) Red-brested Sapsucker (I don't think Red-naped Sapsucker due to lacking white bars on back and overall red head)

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2) Cedar Waxwing

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3) Allen Hummingbird

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Thanks for your help. If the sapsucker is actually a sapsucker then it will be a new species for me.  I was hoping for a Bohemian Waxwing but all the picture look like Cedars.

 

Thank you for your help.
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