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Old Wednesday 22nd February 2006, 00:53   #4
AlexC
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No, not an immature American Robin, first of all because it's way too early, and second of all because immature robins are heavily spotted on the breast and throat. Sounds to me just like your run of the mill adult American Robin - same family as thrushes. Yellow beak also jizzes w/ Am. Rob.
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