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Arizona Birds - April 2017

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Old Sunday 2nd September 2018, 04:58   #1
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Arizona Birds - April 2017

A few birds from Arizona in April:

1-2) Bank Swallow? At Sedona

3) Warbler of some sort - maybe a flycatcher? Can't find anyone in my book with the little brown spot on his wing. Found at Lake Havasu

4-5) Female cardinals? Lake Havasu
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Old Sunday 2nd September 2018, 05:12   #2
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Two more

Two more:

6) Spotted Towhee - Grand Canyon

7) Blue-gray Gnatcatcher - Red Rocks Canyon, Nevada
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Old Sunday 2nd September 2018, 06:53   #3
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I think you are mostly right in your identifications.
1. Yes, a Bank Swallow.
2. I can not tell what this is.
3. A Verdin.
4 & 5. Abert's Towhee.
6. Spotted Towhee.
7. Blue-gray Gnatcatcher.
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I think you are mostly right in your identifications.
1. Yes, a Bank Swallow.
2. I can not tell what this is.
3. A Verdin.
4 & 5. Abert's Towhee.
6. Spotted Towhee.
7. Blue-gray Gnatcatcher.
Thanks! That's really helpful. #2 is definitely the same species as #1. ONly one that landed anywhere near me.
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2 is violet green swallow and judging by the length of the tail so is 1
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2 is violet green swallow and judging by the length of the tail so is 1
I thought that it looked like there's a bit of a chinstrap on the bird in #1, which is why I thought Bank...
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2 is a Violet-Green Swallow, no doubt.
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