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While birding this morning in Town and Country I  observed a thrush-like bird with a flock of about 40 robins feeding on  wild grapes and honeysuckle. First off, it seems late for any  insect-eater.  It was making a chip  call note, so I imitated  it and called it into binocular range out of the thick brush. It's  white eye-ring was prominent, along with the black streaks on its  cheek, and it had no crown, so I ruled out Ovenbird. It had a pure  white breast with round black spots, so I assume it is a Wood Thrush.  Nobody else saw the bird, but when I returned later today I found it in  minutes by itself. Guess this guy got blown back up North... 
  
  
  Christian
  

		
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