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Juvenile Northern mockingbird
This juvenile mockingbird just started showing up at my feeder. I never saw him before until I recently added raisins to their menu. It looks like he's also been munching on the poke berries in my yard.
Prefers open areas with sparse vegetation but adapts to parks and urban areas.
Branford, Connecticut
Date taken
October 2, 2022
Scientific name
Mimus polyglottos
Equipment used
Nikon D7100 400mm
Shutter speed, aperture & ISO
1/400, F6, ISO 640
Staff member
Opus Editor
A splendid picture you've got here Barbie.

Thanks so much for showing us this young Mockingbird!!

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