border="0"/>Good afternoon, I am more a photographer than a birder, so not so good at recognizing, can some one, with a better eye, identify it for me, I believe it is the female?
This was taken today at 5:40p.m.
It looks like a female, Alberto. The tail appears to be all white, although the effects of lighting may mask the dark tips of the feathers. The dark streak in her tail is created by the feathers of the right wing showing through. On her white head is a demarcation between the neck feathers and those of the face and upper head similar to what we have seen on the new female. This is a tough call. We need more photos.
Here is a poor shot that shows how the feathers in her lower neck appear different. There is also an irregular dark area under her chin that is similar to that in your photo. However the result of shadow and light cannot be discounted:
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