Family: Mimidae, especially Mimus polyglottos
Length: 9 inches
Gray head and upperparts
Mockingbird is famous for their imitative vocal powers.
Where: Mockingbird Country When: 2004 Photographer: Billybob Submitted by: K. Ignatius
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The Northern Mockingbird of the southern and eastern United States, often found in scrubby habitats and in urban areas.
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