large solid brown bird short tail, long beak, ohio

by rachel
(swanton, ohio)

We had a new bird in our backyard feeding on our mealworms at suet cage. The bird was not easily frightened like the other feeder birds.


We live in the country, by fields. This bird was about the size of a robin, solid brown, no distinguishing markings , had a shorter tail and long thin beak.

This might be a female but I would really like to know what kind of bird it is!

Rachel
Swanton, ohio

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Aug 27, 2017
Large brown bird
by: June dendakAnonymous

I live in Ohio, saw through my window,on my sunflower a large light brown bird, with a crest, love to know what it was,

Aug 27, 2017
Large brown bird
by: June dendakAnonymous

I live in Ohio, saw through my window,on my sunflower a large light brown bird, with a crest, love to know what it was,

Jan 07, 2017
Large solid brown bird, short tail, long skinny beak, Ohio
by: Anonymous

I have this bird at my feeder often and cannot ifentify it. It feeds often at my diet feeder and occasionally at my fruit/nut/sunflower feeder. It's about the size of a robin. It's solid dark brown, longer thin beak, shorter tail and not the most graceful.

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