similar to brown thrasher and catbird

by Ellen Reagan
(Austell, GA USA)

on suet feeder in Austell, GA June 15, 2012. many visits by several.
has long pointed beak like thrasher short tail, faint striated chest, and one had a patch of orange below closed wing. does not have yellow beak like European starling. I have a picture on my cell phone but do not know how to retrieve it to here.

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