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Confirm Wood, Gray-Cheeked, and Swainson's Thrushes?


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Three thrushes in photos below/attached, all seen in the same brush pile in Fairfax, VA, on 7 May 2021.  I believe today's photos are (1) Wood Thrush, (2) Gray-Cheeked Thrush, and (3) Swainson's Thrush.  Great appreciate any help on these.  Thanks!

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Many thanks for raising Bicknell's.  We're right on the western edge of their migratory route, so it's possible.  Since this one was seen through a glass window at a distance, IDing it through song was impossible.  I'll rack this one up as Gray-cheeked/Bicknell's.  Thanks to all!

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