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South East Arizona, April 4th 2021 (1 Viewer)

uk2usa

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I just spent a fantastic 3 days in South East Arizona. Over 1000 images taken!
On day 1 I spent time in Tubac, on the De Anza Trail, then to Madera Canyon.
These IDs are giving me some problems (back story, I am color blind and find some IDs very challenging).
Can anyone hep with these IDs? Thanks.

Unknonw #1 - unsure (Taken in Tubac)
Unknown #2 - Rufous-winged?? (Tubac)
Unknown #3 - I am really hoping that this is the female Rose throated Becard (Tubac)
Unknown #4 - Cassin's Kingbird?? (Tubac)
Unknown #5 - Song Sparrow?? (Santa Rita Lodge, Madera Canyon)

Thanks.
 

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uk2usa

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Thanks Andrew - shame about the Becard, but I half knew it wasn't - it was too far from the Becard nest that was in the area!
 

raymie

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United States
1. Lucy's Warbler
2. Rufous-winged Sparrow
3. Ash-throated Flycatcher (I think it's too early for the other Myiarchus flycatchers
4. Cassin's Kingbird
5. Song Sparrow
 

Andrew Whitehouse

Professor of Listening
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Scotland
1. Lucy's Warbler
2. Rufous-winged Sparrow
3. Ash-throated Flycatcher (I think it's too early for the other Myiarchus flycatchers
4. Cassin's Kingbird
5. Song Sparrow
There are several reports on Ebird of Dusky-capped Flycatcher in the area over the last few days, so I don't think the date can discount it.
 

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