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We are getting heavy snow today, and I made the birds a cleared area to feed... even making a covered food and water station for them.
This fella showed up almost immediately!
We live in a third floor apartment and feed the birds from our balcony.
Central Virginia area...
He/she has small tufts of feathers just above the nares.
Potentially tricky to distinguish from some other thrushes (Gray-cheeked, Swainson's, and Bicknell's Thrushes), but easy in March, as the confusion species are still in South America for the next month or two.