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22 year old Wildlife Ecology student at Washington State University
According the the Audubon guide, the yellow-bellied and the red naped commonly hybridize..
Added another pic i forgot about! hah
Thanks! And yeah Rob I wish he woulda opened his eyes just a tad more haha. When you catch them they don't really struggle, they just tense up and close their eyes as if saying "fate accepted"...
and all the other poor references say something about Etosha in them so...
again, a poor reference, but that's gotta be it
No prob! I like challenges such as these =)
I think it could be a young brevirostris.... here's another reference with a better picture:http://www.sareptiles.co.za/forum/viewto...
Thank you! It was a beautiful dawn and the sky cooperated well =)
The American Crow and the Fish Crow can both be found in Florida, though I can't tell which one it is from this pic...
Haha you beat me Rob!Crown is also higher on the Lessers, according to the Audubon Birds app