Florida bird at EPCOT

by Vickie
(Milwaukee, WI)

This bird is very common around EPCOT in orlando florida.

Help me identify it. Basic brown with some black in the coloring. Dagger beak, but not a sandpiper

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Jul 10, 2013
epcot bird NEW
by: Anonymous

it's a female boat-tailed grackle.

Jun 22, 2012
Orphaned NEW
by: Anonymous

I have 5 of those same birds on my front door(Orange Park,FL)something happened to the mom, I don't know what, I dont even know what to feed them, they're babies...help?

Jun 22, 2012
Orphaned NEW
by: Anonymous

I have 5 of those same birds on my front door(Orange Park,FL)something happened to the mom, I don't know what, I dont even know what to feed them, they're babies...help?

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