Identify Gray / Brown Bird Eastern South Flordia

by Joanne
(Royal Palm Beach, FL)

South Florida Bird - Gray

South Florida Bird - Gray

This bird was filmed in my backyard in the West Palm Beach Florida Area.

We have only seen it once on film and it showed up for a very short time.
It appears like a catbird or cockoo but the markings and beak are not the same as the photos that I have viewed. Please see the attached photo.



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May 04, 2016
Catbird NEW
by: Anonymous

I have one in feeder right now. It's a Catbird. It is in the feeder with a brown headed cow bird and they are nothing alike. Im in Illinois :)

Apr 06, 2016
Gray bird
by: Anonymous

This looks like a female House Finch.

Mar 17, 2016
gray bird west palm beach
by: Anonymous

same bird eating my tomatoes in Palm Beach Gardens. Did you get a positive ID?

Sep 18, 2014
rock thrush
by: akshay

Female of blue headed rock thrush

Mar 26, 2011
Brown-Headed Cowbird
by: Hayley

Hi! I think this is a brown headed cowbird. I saw this bird recently in our yard. Yours seems to be a female like mine.

Mar 26, 2011
Indigo Bunting female?
by: Judy-Seattle

Joanne, I would like to venture a guess that it might be a female Indigo Bunting. Is the upper half of the beak darker than the lower half?

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