Gray/white Bird

by Pete
(Oconomowoc, WI)

This bird has been around my yard most of the summer. It is smooth-gray with a smooth white underbelly. It's bigger than a junco, just a little smaller than a cardinal, no crest, no markings. It eats the berries in the tree but is flighty and moves quickly and scares easily. It hides in the leaves of the tree and flies away at a fast rate.

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