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Is this juvenile Bushtit? (1 Viewer)


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No it's an immature (fledgling) wren. I think winter wren because I see strong barring in the flanks

Edit: Pacific wren is split from what was winter wren iirc. So Pacific wren is correct, winter wren in old money

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