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Also taken today in South Central Kentucky.  I think these are the same bird but won't swear to it.  He was hard to keep up with!  I thought maybe, at least the 1st pic, might be a Bewick's Wren??wren2.JPG.d2f1f0a37e06eab9fc82edf2fb09ed95.JPGwren1.JPG.f6ca7e5207a7c104e37ea3389bce45fe.JPG

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56 minutes ago, Jodi Nielson said:

I thought maybe, at least the 1st pic, might be a Bewick's Wren??

Bewick's Wrens live in the west and have darker upperparts/whiter underparts.

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@akandula thanks.  when I looked it up, it said there were sightings in KY.  Figured it was a long shot, but you never know.  I have a bunch of Carolina Wrens that hang out in my yard; I guess this one just looked different to me.  Thanks again to all of you.

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