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CTLat: 41.6, Long: -73.09
Definitely thistle. Can't quite tell species from the pics.
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Not sure what that was - there are young black cherry trees, glossy buckthorn, several dogwood species, and viburnums all in that area. I didn't think until after I got home to look more closely at the plant.
My expert confirms it is a Sora - I stand corrected.
@ bee - pretty much all of the reasons stated below. I just sent it and all the associated descriptions to a friend of mine whose specialty is wetland birds. I'll let you know what he says.
Not in CThttp://www.ct-botanical-society.org/gall...
Definitely NOT a sora. I would think maybe a young starling (or a female). Plummage is right, beak color is off, but that might be b/c it's dead.