Assorted
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Here we will put up photos that do not fit in any of the categories we have so far, or haven't sorted yet.

Rufous Hummingbird

Rufous Hummingbird
(There is a seperate page of poor hummer photos)



Audubon's Oriole

Audubon's Oriole



White-eyed Vireo

White-eyed Vireo



Blue-headed Vireo

Blue-headed (formerly Solitary) Vireo



Eastern Kingbird

Eastern Kingbird



Acadian Flycatcher

Acadian Flycatcher, the only locally nesting Empidonax Flyctcher



Painted Bunting

Painted Bunting, male



Painted Bunting

Painted Bunting, female or immature male



Yellow-headed Blackbird

Yellow-headed Blackbird



Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

Yellow-bellied Sapsucker adult, Dec. 2013.



Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

Yellow-bellied Sapsucker - immature

Red-naped Sapsucker

Red-naped Sapsucker - note incomplete black line
seperating red throat and white cheek stripe



Yellow-crowned Night-Heron

Yellow-crowned Night-Heron, immature



Black-crowned Night-Heron

Black-crowned Night-Heron adult



Snowy Egret

Snowy Egret at Utopia Park



Hooded Oriole

Hooded Oriole, adult male
(Orioles have their own page of photos)



Black-headed Grosbeak

Black-headed Grosbeak



Rose-breasted Grosbeak

Rose-breasted Grosbeak, female



American Robin

American Robin - male



Hermit Thrush

Hermit Thrush



Orange-crowned Warbler

Orange-crowned Warbler, which
will use hummer feeders in winter



Cedar Waxwing

Cedar Waxwing



Indigo Bunting

Indigo Bunting, male



Mockingbird

Northern Mockingbird, a great mimic of other birds,
but contrary to some local folklore I heard, it
does NOT lay eggs in other birds' nests.



Poorwill

Common Poorwill, probably hibernates locally
in winter, the only hibernating bird in the U.S.
is mostly a nocturnal moth eater.



Pied-billed Grebe

Pied-billed Grebe - a couple often winter
in the pond at the park in Utopia.



Sora

Sora, a rail



Black-eared Bushtit

Black-eared Bushtit with a fairly dark ear, which
is a rare color phase of some immature males.



Marsh Wren

Marsh Wren, in Cypress tree



House Finch

Texas Ruby Red House Finch (June)
This picture is slightly (barely) juiced a bit
to better show the extent of red in back.
Check out the House Finch photo page.




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