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Some kind of sparrow? Eastern Ontario, Canada (1 Viewer)

Gordon W

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Saw this small bird yesterday in eastern Ontario, Canada and I have no idea what kind it is. First thought was a sparrow or thrush of some kind, but can't find any that look like this. Does anyone recognize it?


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With an unknown bird always look first at the bill-shape. That means that this can't be a sparrow. It's one of the two species of waterthrush (which are warblers).
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