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(3)Greetings All 1- this looks like a family group, and I have no idea what normal nape under feather color is for that age-class. 2- a certain number of Common
(3)Thanks Coen. It was a lone male, and I haven't seen it again yet, so probably not breeding at 9,500 feet. David ... -- Dr. David W. Inouye Professor Emeritus
(3)We had our first Bullock's Oriole at our hummingbird feeder today too, just outside Paonia. Also a few Black-chinned males, one female, and a few Broad-tailed
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