• Larry
      Participant
      Chirps: 10
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    • Annabeth
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      Chirps: 107
      Definitely a juvenile European starling. Gbird  and jaicin it is not a thrush.
    • Elizabeth
      Bird Academy
      Owen is correct, it is a juvenile European starling (Sturnus vulgaris). Visit https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/European_Starling/id for more information about identifying starlings in different life stages.
    • Owen
      Participant
      Chirps: 51
      Definitely a juv. European starling here is a google image to supportScreenshot (540) that :)
    • Jaicin
      Participant
      Chirps: 1
      i got this feeling it's a hermit thrush
    • GBird
      Participant
      Chirps: 30
      looks kinda like a hermit thrush or wood thrush. https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Hermit_Thrush/species-compare/67458521
    • GBird
      Participant
      Chirps: 30
      what state? that would help id it.
    • Frankie
      Participant
      Chirps: 99
      Probably a female or juvenile European starling