Date: 1/10/21 1:02 pm
From: Luca <luucaa...>
Subject: Re: [southbaybirds] Possible Western Kingbird at Geng Road
Thanks, your help for the ID is much appreciated! How does one tell
Western from Tropical?

It's kind of fun that my bird #100 happens to be a rare bird.


On Sun, Jan 10, 2021 at 12:58 PM Brooke Miller <idbirds...> wrote:

> Luca,
> That is a Tropical Kingbird that has been in the area for a while now
> (over a month, at least). Now that you have subscribed to South Bay Birds,
> you will be able to follow what birds people are seeings where. Welcome!
> Brooke Miller
> On Jan 10, 2021, at 12:52 PM, Luca <luucaa...> wrote:
> I saw what might be a Western Kingbird at Geng Road today, at 11:23am, on
> a tree next to the bathrooms. I include here some photos. I am a beginner
> birder (this would be my bird #100!), so I am not certain of the
> identification.
> Best,
> Luca
> <2021-01-10_11-15-18_P1100096.jpg>
> <2021-01-10_11-24-03_P1100111.jpg>
> <2021-01-10_11-24-02_P1100110.jpg>
> <2021-01-10_11-15-32_P1100099.jpg>
> <2021-01-10_11-15-32_P1100098.jpg>

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