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Tropical or Northern Mockingbirds ? (1 Viewer)

Torcol

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Hello,
Those birds were observed in Yucatan in March
I think they are tropical mockinbirds, what do you think ?
 

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KC Foggin

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They are both so dang similar that I couldn't distinguish any difference between the two.
 

Microtus

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Tropical Mockingbird, no wing patch as stated above. Northern Mockingbird should not be in Yucatan state, or even the entire peninsula.
 
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