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27 Sept 2021 Baldwin co. AL; small bayside public park with pier & beach & thinly-wooded (pine, cypress, oak) walking trail adjacent to park's drive

1.  European Starling vs. ?--small flock of 5

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2. European Starling (different individual than #1)-it was perched in a tree with some other unidentified songbirds and a Cooper's Hawk took one of the group before I could ID 

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3.  Marsh Wren vs. Carolina Wren who saw something he shouldn't have

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Starling yes for the first bird. The 2nd one looks like it’s in a typical thrush stance, so maybe a Robin. Or maybe even a catbird 

And I’m pretty sure the last ones a Carolina wren. 

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1 minute ago, Aaron said:

Starling yes for the first bird. The 2nd one looks like it’s in a typical thrush stance, so maybe a Robin.

And I’m pretty sure the last ones a Carolina wren. 

#2 did look too big for a starling, but I only got a quick glance before Mr. Cooper sent everybody scattering.  Of course I missed that shot...

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