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Ruby-crowned Kinglet commented on by apeachg San Diego, California, USA8 years ago

Thanks!

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American Redstart commented on by apeachg Ohio, USA8 years ago

It could be a young American Redstart (Setophaga ruticilla)

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Carolina Wren commented on by apeachg North Carolina, USA8 years ago

Yes, agreed with both AshleyT and ForestDragon. Carolina Wrens perhaps? :P

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Unknown spotting commented on by apeachg Tustin, California, USA8 years ago

They're adorable, aren't they? This one seems like it might be larger and with a big ole' belly :P

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Unknown spotting commented on by apeachg Tucson, Arizona, USA8 years ago

Thanks, Seema! It popped up in my garden back in Tucson, and had the coolest spider-web-like fibers all over it - couldn't bear to rip it out!

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Unknown spotting commented on by apeachg Orange, California, USA8 years ago

Hey Seema! This looks like a Bushtit (Psaltriparus minimus), but it's a bit hard to tell. Was it teeny tiny?

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Red-masked Parakeet commented on by apeachg San Diego, California, USA8 years ago

Just looked it up, and yes, I believe they are the same species! I will have to watch, thanks Marta!

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Red-masked Parakeet commented on by apeachg San Diego, California, USA8 years ago

Thanks for the ID, Stian!

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Unknown spotting commented on by apeachg San Diego, California, USA8 years ago

It might be a pirate spider (Mimetus hesperus)

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Ruby-crowned Kinglet commented on by apeachg San Diego, California, USA8 years ago

Might be a Ruby-crowned Kinglet or a Hutton's vireo?

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