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    Vermilion flycatcher? (Phoenix, Arizona)

    Thank you all for the confirmation! Have a great weekend
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    Vermilion flycatcher? (Phoenix, Arizona)

    These are two birds I photographed in my neighborhood in Phoenix. I think the first one is a vermilion flycatcher and the second one is a say's phoebe
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    Warbler ID-Oak Harbor, WA (USA)

    Thank you both!
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    Warbler ID-Oak Harbor, WA (USA)

    Good afternoon! I was hoping someone could ID this bird from my parent's garden in Oak Harbor, Washington (outside of Seattle) I am guessing yellow-rumped warbler?
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    Mystery Bird in Phoenix, Arizona

    Thanks so much! after re-checking my books, canyon wren fits more what i have seen :)
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    Mystery Bird in Phoenix, Arizona

    Hiking in Golden Canyon outside Phoenix, AZ this morning. Found this bird foraging above the water. I am thinking some kind of wren but would love to get a second opinion.
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    orange crowned warbler?

    Thanks!
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    orange crowned warbler?

    I saw this bird at the boyce thompson arboretum. Is it an orange crowned warbler?
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    Mystery Birds in Arizona

    Thank you so much. yellow eyed junco makes more sense than "deranged looking sparrow" which is what I had...
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    Mystery Birds in Arizona

    Hello: attached are two photos for mystery birds that I have seen in the last couple of months. The first is I think a wren taken at Horton Springs in May (upstate) the second is a bird I saw this summer hiking in Mt. Lemmon (se arizona sky island)
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    Partial Albino Bird? Phoenix, AZ

    Like a mutated color form of a curve bill? Most of the ones that I have seen are brown, not black and white
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    Partial Albino Bird? Phoenix, AZ

    Went to the riparian preserve a couple of weeks ago and saw this bird. Haven't been able to figure out what it is, so I'm thinking it may be a parital albino form of another bird? Any thoughts?
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    Harris Hawk?

    Thanks!
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    Harris Hawk?

    Also, any way to tell if it's male or female?
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    Harris Hawk?

    So, I'm walking to the Desert Botanical Garden along a busy road when I hear some bird screeching it's head off @ a nearby office building. Ilook over and there is a gorgeous bird of prey sitting pretty in front of the blue windows. I hurried over and took several shots before it stared me down...
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    Happy Holidays (from Arizona)

    Greetings,all! This isn't a bird id post, but I've been in and out of this forum so much recently and have learned so much from all of the helpful replies to mine and other post so I wanted to stop by and wish a Happy Holiday Season to everyone on the forum. Whatever you celebrate, I hope you...
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    4th year design project

    Huh. We have the opposite problem here. Too many house sparrows competing with and killing native species. From what I can see, house sparrows here will nest in just about anything as long as it's close to people. I've seen them nest in the cracks of buildings all the time and I know they love...
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    what birds/wildlife is common in your garden?

    I never knew how much I would miss squirrels until I moved to Phoenix. I loved watching their antics as they raced around the trees. But I don't think I've seen a single one since I moved here and their mischevious presence is sorely missed. I used to think my apartment complex was overrun with...
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    More from Arizona

    Yes. This was the sighting of the day for me. I mean, I expected to see birds but the coati mundi was completely out of the blue. I've heard that bobcats have also been spotted there. That would have been awesome too.
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    More from Arizona

    Thanks for all the responses! I noticed the scaling on the blackbird but didn't know what it meant. I will have to notate it in my field journal. That also gave me an idea about the brown ring neck ducks and I googled juvenile instead of female. Score. I never would have gotten that say's...
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