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Old Tuesday 28th February 2012, 20:59   #1
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Bird identification. New Mexico

Grateful for any help with these poor shots.

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Old Tuesday 28th February 2012, 22:31   #2
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Anna's Hummingbird for image 1......and a 1st Summer male Red-winged Blackbird for image 4...
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Old Tuesday 28th February 2012, 22:43   #3
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a 1st Summer male Red-winged Blackbird for image 4...
4 is a Brewer's Blackbird, female.

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Old Tuesday 28th February 2012, 23:18   #4
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4 is a Brewer's Blackbird, female.

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One and two are Broad-tailed Hummingbird. In the flight shot, you can see the attenuated outer primary that gives the male the unique buzz
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First image really should be uploaded to the gallery, it is not common to see the wing frozen in action like that.

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Must remember to turn the page for photo-fit...
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