Hello I am new to the store forum and asking for help from people more knowledgeable than me on the subject. I have come across a midsize grayish bird, with black markings on its wings, a white patch underneath the chin, two white stripes underneath those on its throat to head is predominantly black. The bird was also nesting on the ground and did a territorial display when I came close to it . Now I've grown up in the countryside in life which war I've seen almost every type of bird native to Missouri which is where we're located. And I looked it up in the department of conservation and cannot find a bird that matches at closest one would be Canadian blue bird and type of woodpecker both seem similar but not exactly the same does anyone got any information that could help me. Because never come across a ground-nesting bird in Missouri and as our Winters are pretty harsh I'm pretty sure it's not going to survive. I know there's burrowing owls in Missouri. It's definitely not a type of raptor if my mom worked at the world bird sanctuary I've seen every type of raptor native to Missouri and it is not a ground burrowing owl I do not know what it is but I need to know if I need to call a bird sanctuary as the bird didn't fly either it possibly injured but I didn't want to get too close and stress it.