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Elizabeth, Colorado Assistance in Identification of birds (1 Viewer)

During this terrible year, I was infrequent with my camera and birds. As the year comes to an end, I started to actually look at the
photos I'd taken. I'm having trouble with a few new birds. I would appreciate any help in the correct identification. I will attach
my photos in question.
 

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nartreb

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0403, 0407: dark-eyed junco.
0293: white-crowned sparrow
0603: maybe a juvenile brown-headed cowbird
0766: starlings
0041: house sparrows
0682: lazuli bunting
0683, 0689: I thought juniper titmouse but that beak looks very strange...
0709: white-breasted nuthatch
0259: western scrub-jay
0208: ditto (but not sure why the nape looks so white)
0412, 0634, 0636: starlings (latter two are immature)
01901: not sure. Maybe pine grosbeak? (Was it bigger than a sparrow?)
 
0403, 0407: dark-eyed junco.
0293: white-crowned sparrow
0603: maybe a juvenile brown-headed cowbird
0766: starlings
0041: house sparrows
0682: lazuli bunting
0683, 0689: I thought juniper titmouse but that beak looks very strange...
0709: white-breasted nuthatch
0259: western scrub-jay
0208: ditto (but not sure why the nape looks so white)
0412, 0634, 0636: starlings (latter two are immature)
01901: not sure. Maybe pine grosbeak? (Was it bigger than a sparrow?)
First of all Thank You so much for taking the time to identify these birds. I really appreciate your time.
Now about 01601: is it possible it is an Eastern Kingbird?
 

Nutcracker

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As Nartreb, except:
0041: House Sparrow above, young House Finch below
0683, 0689: Bushtit
0259, 0208: Woodhouse's Scrub Jay (recently split from Western S.J.)
01901: House Finch, male
 

Microtus

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As Nartreb, except:
0041: House Sparrow above, young House Finch below
0683, 0689: Bushtit
0259, 0208: Woodhouse's Scrub Jay (recently split from Western S.J.)
01901: House Finch, male

I agree with Nutcracker, who mostly agrees with Nartreb.
 
I want to apologize, I was not aware that I should only do Five photo's per post. It won't happen again.
Thank you so much everyone for your help. I truly appreciate your time.
 

KC Foggin

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Nutcracker, it is 5 uploads when a thread is started. Members can add more pics in the thread as long as it is no more than 5, but a new thread would get more attention.
 

Nutcracker

Stop Brexit!
Nutcracker, it is 5 uploads when a thread is started. Members can add more pics in the thread as long as it is no more than 5, but a new thread would get more attention.
Yep, but it's not a capital offence - I don't want the poster to get too nervous of coming here again ;)
 

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