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    What kind of thrush? - Cambridge, Boston, 04/27/2021

    Thank you so much nartreb! I was looking at the photos, and it seems that the spots on the breast are distributed somewhat differently. Today's bird has more spots towards the belly, whereas the one from yesterday only have spots on its breast. Not to mention that today's bird has a distinct...
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    Hello from Boston

    Hi everyone! I am a complete beginner, and I just started birding last month. But this one single month already made me explore the neighborhood more than I ever did in the past few years. I feel a wonderful new world has opened up to me, especially since I practiced rigid self-quarantine...
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    What kind of thrush? - Cambridge, Boston, 04/27/2021

    Thank you everyone for the help and the warm welcome! I am thrilled to have found such a nice community, looks like a treasure trove to me! I am not sure if it's any help but I am going to post it anyway: I saw this bird this afternoon at almost exactly the same spot, and was wondering if it...
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    What kind of thrush? - Cambridge, Boston, 04/27/2021

    Hi, I was wondering if anyone could tell me what kind of thrush this is? (My apologies if it's not a thrush at all!) Sorry that I couldn't get a better photo. Merlin identified it as Swainson's Thrush, but Ebird told me that it's rather rare to spot a Swainson's Thrush around this time. And I...