Tropical Mockingbird


(Mimus gilvus)

Tropical Mockingbird is an uncommon visitor to the U.S. It is normally resident from southern Mexico, the Yucatan, and through Central America into northern Brazil. The species is very similar to Northern Mockingbird, but lacks the white patches in the wings and has a longer tail that shows significantly less white. These two species have been considered by some to be conspecific.

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