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I haven't been able to identify these yet. They were taken in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Reserve in Oklahoma. There were six or seven of them just hovering around this rock. Occasionally one would land, but didn't ever go anywhere. None of them ever disappeared into a nest or crack in the rock. They were also on the larger side. I would say 2 inches. 
 Anyone with an identification?


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