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KimLomman American Crow
American Crow commented on by KimLomman Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA8 years ago

Thanks. It was a lucky shot.

KimLomman Black Bug
Black Bug commented on by KimLomman Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA8 years ago

Awesome, thanks. I didn't realise it was a true bug.

KimLomman American White Pelican
American White Pelican commented on by KimLomman Colorado, USA8 years ago

The spottings are still combined. The same with this spotting http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/233...

KimLomman American White Pelican
American White Pelican commented on by KimLomman Colorado, USA8 years ago

Again you must separate these pictures. The second picture is of Canada Geese not Pelicans.

KimLomman Canada Goose
Canada Goose commented on by KimLomman Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA8 years ago

You still need to separate the pictures. Pictures 3, 4, and 5 are of an American Robin.

KimLomman Black-chinned Hummingbird
Black-chinned Hummingbird commented on by KimLomman San Francisco, California, USA8 years ago

Costa's have a white patch behind and below the eye which this doesn't appear to have. Could even be a hybrid.

KimLomman Canada Goose
Canada Goose commented on by KimLomman Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA8 years ago

You have two different species here. Please split into two different spottings.

KimLomman American White Pelican
American White Pelican commented on by KimLomman Colorado, USA8 years ago

You have two different species here. Please separate the photos into different spottings.

KimLomman Red-tailed Hawk
Red-tailed Hawk commented on by KimLomman California, USA8 years ago

This one is difficult. So far I'm thinking either a Swainson's Hawk (Buteo swainsoni) or a juvenile dark morph Red-tailed Hawk (Buteo jamaicensis calurus).

KimLomman Spotted Jelly
Spotted Jelly commented on by KimLomman Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA8 years ago

Thank you everyone.

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