Southwestern Connecticut Visitor - Can't Recognize

by Jim Lebinski
(Monroem, CT)

Saw this bird today at my feeder and couldn't ID it.


I note the cone shaped beak, sparrow size, whitish throat patch and perching posture. I suspect this is a juvenile or eclipse bird, but would love to id it.

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Apr 13, 2015
Juvenile Cowbird
by: Anonymous

The appearance of several adult cowbirds gave me the clue I needed to decide this is a juvenile cowbird

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