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Louisiana, Northern? (1 Viewer)

m1sterjay

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I've posted the same ID problem before! This time, I am feeling more confident that this is a Louisiana--the sparser streaking below, the pink legs, a bold supercilium that is slightly buffer up front.

But I still don't feel certain.

What do you think?

Spotted in New York City yesterday.
 

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Birdbrain22

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Looks good for Louisiana to me. Looks like clean throat, buffy flanks, sparse streaking, wider supercilium with buffy super. Not an ID point, but another thing to remember... Louisiana show up earlier then Northerns in NY/NJ by like 3 weeks or so there is that too.
 

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