Photograph - Phhoto
Photographic artwork by Cindy Treger. Photographed at Laurel Lake. The gray catbird, Dumetella carolinensis, is a handsome slate gray bird with a black crown and long thin bill. They have a chestnut patch under their tail, and the male, female and juvenile all look the same. The Chippewa Indians first named it "Bird That Cries With Grief." But its common name "Catbird" stuck because it sounds like a house cat meowing.
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February 8th, 2020
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