This is the fourth time you have come on this site to ask the posters to identify aircraft flying out of your local airfield. Do yourself a favor. Go down to your local airfield and become a fixture. You will learn a lot more about the aircraft you are inquiring about from the actual people who fly and maintain them. Most pilots and mechanics are more than happy to share their passion for aviation. Heck! Some of them may even offer you a ride. Then, if you have questions about specific aviation subjects after you have researched them, come to this site and ask. More than likely, you will get the answers from the horses’ mouths at the airfield even before you ask them.
For future use - there is app that you can run on your phone. Point it at a plane that you see and it will tell you info about the plane. Type w pic, tail number, to, from, speed, height, etc. It won’t work for every plane, but it works for most. The app is called FlightAware and the function is the AR button. I think the free version has the AR. I think the paid version also displays the FAA registered owner.