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    American Pipit ID - Central NJ

    Thanks very much everyone!
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    American Pipit ID - Central NJ

    Could it be a young european starling? I've seen some photos with contrast on the face similar to the bird, but none with light tail feathers at the edges.
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    American Pipit ID - Central NJ

    I took these a few years ago in June before I had much practice with identifying birds. Is the bird an American Pipit? There were 2 or 3 in the field - habitat was right but seems there are few sightings of this species in June. Thanks
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