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It looks like a Clay-Colored Thrush to me too. I'm not sure what @Seanbirds was after with the question about being near water. Clay-Coloreds are common in their range, in urban environments as well as forests, and not necessarily always seen near water. They do vary a lot in coloration from a dull brownish-yellow (think newborn baby diapers LOL) to a warm brick color, including dull boring brown or tan.

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When I was in Texas, a birding tour guide mentioned that they like to be around water. Just thought I'd ask.

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3 minutes ago, Seanbirds said:

When I was in Texas, a birding tour guide mentioned that they like to be around water. Just thought I'd ask.

Interesting! I've never heard (or seen) that to be a limiting factor. 

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