Bird Unknown

by Peter Shepard
(Indianapolis, IN)


Of all the birds that frequent our backyard feeders this one has us stumped. Only one shows up at a time and it's possibly the same bird. We've not heard a song yet. The bird frequents our suet feeder most often but has been seen at the seed cake feeder. Our location is Indianapolis, IN. It is in a residential neighborhood and offers both open and wooded areas.

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Apr 28, 2013
Mockingbird NEW
by: Anonymous

That is a beautiful Florida Mockingbird, one of the finest singers.
The male and female look the same. One of my favorite birds.
enjoy!!

Apr 28, 2013
bird ID
by: AuntGiki

mockingbird

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