Is this bird a Junco?

by Sandy
(St. Louis, MO)

I put a picture of this bird early and was told it was a Junco. But when I looked up info on a Junco the pictures I found did not look like the bird in my photo. What do you think?

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Feb 24, 2015
Dark eyed junco NEW
by: Anonymous

My juncos here in the Pacific Northwest have a black hood nearly down to their wings. Females are less vivid. They are gutsy and adorable. My field guide to birds in my region also does not match the birds exactly.

Jan 06, 2015
Junco?? NEW
by: Judy-Seattle

Hi Sandy. I am sure your bird is not a Junco. Juncos have a thicker beak. I think it may be a type of warbler. So check your book for warblers in your area.

Jan 06, 2015
Bird ID NEW
by: AuntGiki

mockingbird

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