[TN-Bird] Re: More ID Help

  • From: Stefan Woltmann <stefan.woltmann@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: fndrbndr59@xxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 8 Sep 2019 16:20:05 -0500

Justin,

Much as that is a characteristic place to find an Olive-sided, I think it's
a stretch to ID that bird from that image. The white looks more like the
belly of the bird.

Stefan

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On Sun, Sep 8, 2019 at 3:25 PM fndrbndr59 <fndrbndr59@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Wilson co
9-8-19

While walking my usual trails at Cedars of Lebanon SP this morning I saw,
briefly, a interesting bird at the tip top of a dead snag. It flew before I
could get a decent photo so I only have a heavily cropped shot.

https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S59603874

At first I thought maybe a Olive-sided Flycatcher with the little white
patch showing, but now I'm not so sure. Any opinions? Just a mockingbird
from a weird angle?

Thanks
Justin Nation



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Stefan Woltmann, Ph.D.
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Dept. of Biology, and
Center of Excellence for Field Biology
Austin Peay State University
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