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    Tiny wren - Southeastern Utah, USA

    Thanks for the confirmation, Microtus and KenM! I thought so. I've seen them here before, just never in my yard.
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    Tiny wren - Southeastern Utah, USA

    This little buddy was foraging around under my hedge this morning. It's tinier than a black-capped chickadee (also present), and doesn't have the strong white eyebrow of a Bewick's wren (it's smaller than one of those, too). I want to confirm that this is a House Wren...? Apologies for the...
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    Mississippi Kite? Ponca City, Oklahoma, USA

    Thank you both for that confirmation!
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    Mississippi Kite? Ponca City, Oklahoma, USA

    This picture was taken today at Kaw Lake. The bird was very cooperative for the photo. Is it a Mississippi Kite? Thanks!
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    What is this? Moab, Utah, USA

    This bird was in my hedge yesterday, eating Juniper berries. By coloring, I think it must've been either a No. Mockingbird, or a Townsend's Solitaire. I am leaning toward Mocker, because it was white-ish on the underside, and the Solitaire is gray underneath, almost the same color as the back...
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    Ducks...? Moab, UT, USA

    Thank you, Nutcracker! :)
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    Ducks...? Moab, UT, USA

    Hi, all. This photo was taken in mid-November, and I know it's not very good. I think the duck on the left (which is about 12 inches further away than the other) is a female Mallard. What is the smaller, closer duck? Thanks for help!
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    Gulls in the UK

    It's me again. This time, I've got 2 gulls. Both seen in Conwy, UK last week. Thanks for any help!
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    Birds in the UK?

    Thank you all!
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    Birds in the UK?

    Hi, all. My folks just got back from the UK, and my Mom wants to ID the few birds she got pictures of. The pictures aren't great, but here they are. #1 was seen in Conwy, UK #2 seen in Brampton, UK #3 seen in Durham, UK Thanks for help!
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    Flycatcher? La Sal Mtns, southeastern Utah, USA

    Thanks for the confirmation!
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    What is this? La Sal Mtns, southeastern Utah, USA

    Thanks, everyone. There was a big flock of siskins in the area. I accidentally got this picture while trying to snap the Western Wood Pewee (which is sitting behind a branch in the lower left of this photo), but caught this guy instead. :)
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    What is this? La Sal Mtns, southeastern Utah, USA

    The bird in flight is the one in question. Seems to have yellow parts underneath, and a reddish head...? I realize this is not a great picture, but any help is appreciated! Thanks!
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    Flycatcher? La Sal Mtns, southeastern Utah, USA

    I think I've identified this guy as a Western Wood PeeWee, but I am not positive. Seems not white enough on the belly to be an Olive-Sided. Am I right? Thanks!
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