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Today, Augusta, GA. I'm calling it a Northern but would appreciate confirmation. I discovered it because of the loud "chck" noise it was making, which I can't locate on iBird for either waterthrush.

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Just now, blackburnian said:

That's a Northern.

Thanks you! I think I may have had one several years ago before I was paying as much attention, but this will be my first on eBird. I'll be back once my likes replenish.

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Supercilium generally comes to a point at the rear in Northern and flares in Louisiana. The shape of the tail movements are also different, with Northern bobbing the back end, essentially, straight up and down, while Louie moves its rear end in an ellipse, sort of.

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