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  1. I have a lot of Mockingbirds. They just generally look grey with a some black trim. Maybe it is just that this one is soaking wet and in low light that gives him a tuxedo appearance.
  2. I assume this is just the winter variation of a bird I should recognize. Or is he a new visitor to my yard? Just spotted him in the heavy rain this Jan 24th morning. On a coastal island in NC. The feeder is 18 inches long.
  3. Around here, for 70 years, I am use to seeing Rusty Red, Redish Brown, Rusty Grey and Khaki female Northern Cardinals, but not green...before today.
  4. Photos are 2 of 18 taken December 29, 2018 between 1:00PM and 1:45PM EST under partly cloudy skies. Taken in Sea Isle Plantation, Indian Beach, NC(on an island) in a wooded yard approx. 100 feet back from the sand beach. Elevation +25 MHT Bird appeared to be smaller than the red and rusty colored cardinals in the yard that day. He was dining both in a fly thru feeder about 7 feet above ground and on the ground beneath the feeder.
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