Larger than a mocking bird.

by Tisha
(Suffolk, VA)

Brown back feathers similar to a Thrasher, but light grey breast with thick black collar. Beak was medium length and slender. Sat along time in yard digging with that sharp pointed beak in the same spot.

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Feb 21, 2016
larger than a mocking bird. NEW
by: Brook

Hi, I'm wondering if you could possibly have seen a Northern Flicker, it is a woodpecker that eats ants. You can type "northern flicker" or" pic of n f" into your search bar and pull up pictures. This is an excellent birding site that might help too:

AllAboutBirds.org


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