If the underparts were ‘quite yellow’, it was most definitely a Northern.
Along Duckett's Creek in Weldon Springs this morning. I was thinking Louisiana Waterthrush, because he was along the stream bank and because I have seen LAWT there before. However, this bird was quite yellow underneath, and his tail was bobbing briskly the whole time.
Also saw red-headed woodpecker, which is pretty reliable where the paved trail meets the Katy Trail.
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