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I am not sure what these little guys are, I just saw a lot of them in a short tree near a small valley. They are small birds but there seemed to be at least 10 of them hiding in the tree

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Tukup a week ago
Dark-eyed Junco (Pink-sided version)
Junco hyemalis mearnsi junco "colorado" - Google Search

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Tukup a week ago

Thanks Malcolm. Trying to do things too fast. I appreciate the correction.

I believe the correct scientific name should be "Junco hyemalis mearnsi" and no as your suggestion which is the Common name.

Tukup a week ago

Hi mrnorth000. I believe your bird is a Dark-eyed Junco. There are many color variations. This would be consistent with the Oregon Dark-eyed Junco which is found in the Rockies and Western Great Plains. It is likely a female. They are frequently seen in groups feeding on the ground.

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Colorado, USA

Lat: 39.52, Long: -104.94

Spotted on Nov 10, 2019
Submitted on Nov 27, 2019

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