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  1. #321
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Quote Originally Posted by Woodyg3 View Post
    Thanks for the input, Pete.
    I've never seen a Song Sparrow with such light coloration around here, and they always have very pronounced markings on the chest, and the grey makings on the head are normally quite noticeable. I suppose it could just be a very lightly colored Song Sparrow, though. Hmmm.
    Agreed, but I barely see gray in this photo, which could be what's throwing me off. I'm just getting different shades of brown. Check your white balance, fella!! LOL


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  2. #322
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Quote Originally Posted by BackdoorArts View Post
    Agreed, but I barely see gray in this photo, which could be what's throwing me off. I'm just getting different shades of brown. Check your white balance, fella!! LOL
    LOL. If I EVER feel like I've gotten a complete handle on white balance, I will feel like I have conquered universal knowledge.
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  3. #323
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Quote Originally Posted by wev View Post
    Almost certainly. I have song sparrows all year long and they are never this bland, which is an attribute of the Brewer's.
    Thanks, WEV. I'm trying to be objective, but admit that I want it to be a Brewer's since that would be a new bird for me.
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  4. #324
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Can you help ID this bird please?
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    Difficult for me to tell because you have such a nice close-up picture

    This is a " Redstart"


  5. #325
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Posted on a local FB forum I belong to here in So Cal. Bigger than a finch. Conical looking bill. White patch on the back of his/her head.

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  6. #326
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    Can you help ID this bird please?
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    Doing wood pecker types of things; knocking on the tree, peeling bark, finding bugs. Small bird about 2-3 inches.
    I've seen Northern Flickers and Downey woodpeckers in my yard but this is a new one to me. Anyone know what kind of bird this is?
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  7. #327
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    ​nuthatch - white-breasted or pygmy. my guess pygmy, do to size and coloring.
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  8. #328
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedThrottle View Post
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    Doing wood pecker types of things; knocking on the tree, peeling bark, finding bugs. Small bird about 2-3 inches.
    I've seen Northern Flickers and Downey woodpeckers in my yard but this is a new one to me. Anyone know what kind of bird this is?
    Pygmy Nuthatch for sure. The cap is a giveaway given your location (can't be a Brown Headed Nuthatch).
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    Can you help ID this bird please?
    Here are a couple of ducks I'd like to identify. Both are quite tame and appear to approach people for food. They were within 2 feet of people both times I've seen them.

    With this first duck, my guess is some type of hybrid. In the past, there used to be a white duck and a black duck so it's possible they produced this white & grey duck. The thing is there is a little tan on its body, too. Come to think of it, the white duck I saw in the past might have had a little tan on its body.

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    And here is the duck it was with. I have no clue what type it could be.

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  10. #330
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    Re: Can you help ID this bird please?

    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    Here are a couple of ducks I'd like to identify. Both are quite tame and appear to approach people for food. They were within 2 feet of people both times I've seen them.
    There are soooooooo many variations of just a basic domestic duck. I just did a quick search on "domestic duck varieties" and it appears the top 3 are a Magpie Duck (never heard of it). Bottom two, no idea.
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