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ntiday

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I am new to the forum. I have attached a picture below for ID. The bird was at my feeder. It is starling sized and might be a starling, but the patterns seam all wrong. Any help would be appreciated.
 

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KC Foggin

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I'm for Red-winged Blackbird as well. It's always good to put the timing (month) it was taken. This way we can tell if it is a female or an Immature.

Hi there and a warm welcome to you from those of us on staff here at BirdForum (y)
We're glad you found us and please join in wherever you like ;)
 

delia todd

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Hi ntiday and a warm welcome from me too.

I'm sure you will enjoy it here and I hope to hear about all the birds you see when out and about.
 

ntiday

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I'm for Red-winged Blackbird as well. It's always good to put the timing (month) it was taken. This way we can tell if it is a female or an Immature.

Hi there and a warm welcome to you from those of us on staff here at BirdForum (y)
We're glad you found us and please join in wherever you like ;)
Thanks, I will include timing in any additional post :)
 

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