Grey bird with white stripe on wings and tail

What is the name of these birds? They are all around my house in Woodstock, Ga. They are medium sized grey birds. When they fly, however, you can see each wing has a white stripe and so does the tail. It also makes a loud sqwaking noise.

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Oct 10, 2015
Gray bird
by: Anonymous

I reside in St. Louis Mo. Have seen this bird a few times. What got my attention to it was her/his songs...beautiful. Mostly talk about the white stripes, but no songs. Anyone hear several beautiful songs?

Apr 29, 2015
grey bird with
by: Anonymous

I saw the same bird in springhill Kansas, my husband found it on a woodpile no longer alive. but hadn't been dead for very long. beautiful bird. dark long beak. 8 in long. white in the first five long feathers tips gray. white on the underside of it's tail.

Aug 06, 2014
mysterious bird
by: Anonymous

the bird is larger than a medium size

Jul 13, 2013
bird
by: dana

We have them in key west,too. What are they. Never saw them here before.

Jun 18, 2012
Mockingbird?
by: Anonymous

Sounds like your bird could be a Northern Mockingbird?

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