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18 Sept 2020 Baldwin co., AL

Hi, All.  We found this poor little thing in our gutter when we were cleaning up after Hurricane Sally.  😞  I could see no difference in color between the back and tail feathers.  

 

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9 minutes ago, The Bird Nuts said:

Looks more like a Veery to me with that warm brown back and breast spots and gray face.

Looking at the comparison photos on AAB now and I agree.  Thank you.  🙂  I wish I could have heard him sing.  😞 

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3 hours ago, Tony Leukering said:

You have had to have gone back in time a few months.

Just for clarification, I think Tony means you would have had to go back to breeding season when this thrush would have been singing, not just alive.  Even if you had found it alive now, it wouldn't have been singing since it had no reason to.

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1 hour ago, Charlie Spencer said:

Just for clarification, I think Tony means you would have had to go back to breeding season when this thrush would have been singing, not just alive.  Even if you had found it alive now, it wouldn't have been singing since it had no reason to.

I figured that was what he meant.  I was just sad to find the poor little fella.  

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