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May 07, 2013 16:40 |  #1

this fella was waltzing in the backyard, poking around each blade of grass...

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May 07, 2013 19:55 |  #2

I'm no expert, and the photo is small, but it looks like a European Starling.


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May 08, 2013 14:24 |  #3

SJC from VT wrote in post #15908671 (external link)
I'm no expert, and the photo is small, but it looks like a European Starling.

thanks SJC :)


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May 08, 2013 20:54 as a reply to  @ asty80's post |  #4

from this angle the beak looks too thick (top to bottom) to be a starling. Or is there something in its beak?
The coloring fits the Starling
I could be wrong though (and it happens often).



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May 09, 2013 06:35 |  #5

Could it be a rook ?




  
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