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I'm stumped about this bird I saw grazing around my feeding station. It was in company with a bunch of Grackles and Morning Doves. It looked quite similar to a Song Sparrow, but much larger than any I've seen.
In fact, it was very similar in size to an America Robin. Any ideas?
Thank you! Guess that explains why it was in company with the grackles, then later on a huge mass of starlings and blackbirds. Funny cause I've seen hundreds of red-winged blackbirds, but never a female! Thank you for helping me add another bird to my list of sightings!!! :-)