Missouri bird

by Norman Henderson
(Clio, Mi 48420 USA)

brown bird approxmately same size as eastern bluebirdl it has black wingss eyes are larger than the bluebird's it feed with the bluebirds on meal worms spoted two weeks ago and again today Feb.10,1914. this bird is all brown except for the wings are black and rump is white I have only seen this bird feeding on s dish feeder in front of my window it has a slim beak round head with dark stripe back of the eyee. I was unable to get a clear photo due to strong back lighting.

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