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ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia

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SeniorCitizen

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Location central Texas.
Please excuse the pic taken through a window and the bird wouldn't stay facing the camera so the photographer just did his best. Date - 10-11-19
The pic was sent to me and for more description it was said to have a slight chartreuse coloring on the breast gradually changing to more light yellow as can be seen on the lower left side. Also described as having a white throat patch. Possibly 5" maybe 6" long.

Can't attach the pic. Site tells me I'm not logged in and in the upper right it plainly states "Logged in as SeniorCitizen. OH that vicious circle.
 

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SeniorCitizen

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It’s hard to see in your photo, but my impression is an Eastern Phoebe.

Thanks
I believe you nailed it. I have eastern phoebes here each year but his description of the breast color was a little odd but we couldn't see that.
 

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ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia
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