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Taken a few days ago on St. George Island, FL.  A group of 6 or so of these little birds (smaller than a house finch) were making short individual flights less than 10 yards, moving the group through the dunes within sight of the gulf.  

 

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4 minutes ago, Jerry Friedman said:

Definitely American Pipits--always fun to see.

                  NOT

(I mean, they are always fun to see.  Anyway, thanks for the correction, TBN.  Incidentally, I have also mistaken Yellow-rumped Warblers for American Pipits, though I figured that one out myself when I blew up the pictures.)

Edited by Jerry Friedman

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Thanks, Bird Nut.  I guess we don't yet have consensus.  Looking at Palm Warbler pics, mine seems to match the Fall plumage pic.  

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1 hour ago, SmoothPebble said:

Thanks, Bird Nut.  I guess we don't yet have consensus.  Looking at Palm Warbler pics, mine seems to match the Fall plumage pic.  

When I wrote "NOT", I was agreeing with The Bird Nuts that this wasn't an American Pipit, contrary to what I thought.

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