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  1. nartreb

    Please help me ID this bird, she orphaned 3 babies.

    It's most definitely not a mockingbird. You'd see a much paler head, for starters. Also the nest style is different (mocking bird nests are twiggier and usually add bits of trash).
  2. nartreb

    Please help me ID this bird, she orphaned 3 babies.

    Looks like an eastern phoebe. Nest is a good match for that species too. Nest would normally be placed more than head high off the ground, close underneath a large roof, e.g. on a cross-beam just underneath your porch. They eat insects, normally. They should survive on any kind of animal...
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