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I took some photo's of this bird today @ Gilmore Ponds Preserve Metropark in Butler county Ohio. Close to Hamilton, Ohio. I looked at the bird through binoculars first and it appeared to be buffy on its back and white from its throat, chest, and belly. Later when looking at the poor qaulity photos i took the belly appears to be a lime sherbet color. I'm thinking a swainson's thrush but I saw no spots on chest plus there should be no swainsons hanging around here. I would appreciate any help I.D. this bird. I've slightly edited the photos trying to get the best image I could.

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I don't think it's a phoebe, i see pheobe's all the time this was seemed bigger and the back was brown not gray

 

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Ok... but that is what it is. They sometimes have the yellowish wash to them(mostly juvies)

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