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Gray Vireo

Vireo vicinior

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One of North America's most nondescript birds: pale gray above, lighter whitish below, with a hint of pale spectacles and wingbars. Long-tailed for a vireo, but with a typically thick bill. Most similar to drab Bell's Vireo but note habitat and size differences. Also compare with Plumbeous Vireo, which is shorter-tailed and more boldly marked. Distinguished from other gray birds like Bushtit and gnatcatchers by uniform plumage and bill shape.

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