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Quiscalus quiscula

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  1. Actually I would say Blue-gray Gnatcatcher. May not be common that far north, but depending on which part of the adirondacks, (say southern) it would be possible. Rare birds are not that rare! To distinguish this bird look for the subtle face pattern versus the bold, striped face pattern of the golden-crowned. This individual is mostly blue-gray instead of the grayish olive with tinges of green. Bill-length is not reliable but looks right for a gnatcatcher.

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