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Meeow is one of the calls of this beautiful, mimic, Thrush called the Gray Catbird. The meeow call is an alarm call.

While camped at Lake Louisa State Park, I enjoyed watching and photographing these Gray Catbirds as they flitted around our site. 117 more words

On The Road

Tennessee Warbler Dossier

by Carl Strang

The Tennessee warbler is one of our more abundant migrants, conspicuous more by sound than by sight in spring as it is well camouflaged and moves slowly, often high in the trees. 387 more words


Cape May Warbler - non-breeding male

It may be that the Cape May Warbler (Setophaga tigrina) is a regular migrant to our area near the Turrialba Volcano, for this is just the latest of a series of sightings, beginning in November 2008, right here in my garden in San Antonio. 267 more words

In My Patch

Gray Catbird


The afternoon stroll down to Quebrada La Loca brought hardly any birds yesterday. This seems to be often the case, but then come the surprises. 537 more words

In My Patch

Gray Catbird

This past weekend, at the Edwin B Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, while I was trying to photograph a Bufflehead which kept its distance out on a pond, my wife pointed out a Gray Catbird in a tangle of vines from shrubs no more than 10 ft from us! 131 more words


Clearing out my 2014 photos, Take 5: Gray Catbird

Here’s my next photo in the series of 2014 photos that I never got around to looking at and posting.

I probably overlooked this photo because I have so many Gray Catbird photos. 85 more words

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