Grey Catbird

Species-level: Dumetella bermudianus Bangs & Bradlee, 1901 Dumetella carolinensis carolinensis Dumetella felivox Galeoscoptes carolinensis Muscicapa carolinensis Linnaeus, 1766 Turdus felivox Vieillot, 1807

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The Grey Catbird is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

Grey Catbird Dumetella carolinensis Other Names Records Books & Links Order: Passeriformes Family: Mimidae BTO Codes: , EURING No: 10800 Number in Britain: Fewer than 20 records Conservation Status: More

Grey Catbird - Dumetella carolinensis Moqueur chat = Moqueur chat Comment : Gathering nest material Wrens, Dippers and Thrashers Gallery : © Bob Moul Site web : Nature Photography Order : Passériformes Family : Mimidae Species : Grey Catbird Reference: bomo15147 Other pictures Date taken : 2005 May Exif data Model : Canon EOS More

Grey Catbird Call Sounds like Cat Mewing = Slate Grey Songbird Inhabits Dense Thickets - Share Article | Jan 9, 2010 Kathleen Airdrie The Grey Catbird announces its presence with a call that resembles the mewing of a cat, and will appear from heavy thickets at the sound of its call being imitated. More

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The Grey Catbird (Dumetella carolinensis) is a medium-sized northern American perching bird of the mimid family. It is the only member of New World catbird genus Dumetella. Like the Black Catbird, it is among the basal lineages of the Mimidae. Description Adults are dark gray with a slim, black bill and dark eyes. They have a long dark tail, dark legs and a dark cap; they are rust-colored underneath their tail. More

Grey catbirds have a dark grey plumage with a black crown and tail. Their long erect tails have chestnut undertail coverts that are distinctive. They also have slender bills, dark eyes, and black legs. Catbirds are slightly smaller than robins at approximately 8½ to 9¼ inches long and are a good deal slimmer. Like wrens, catbirds hold their tails upright most of the time, flicking them back and forth in a nervous manner. More

The Grey Catbird is a medium-sized northern American perching bird of the mimid family.This species is named for its cat-like call but, like many members of the Mimidae family, it also mimics the songs of other birds, as well as tree frogs and even mechanical sound. More

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Grey Catbirds are not afraid of predators and respond to them aggressively by flashing their wings and tails and by making their signature mew sounds. They are also known to even attack and peck predators that come too near their nests. They also will destroy eggs of the Brown-headed Cowbird laid in their nests by pecking it. This species is generally plentiful and widespread. It is not considered threatened by the IUCN. More

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Rare grey catbird spotted in Sisters By Jim Anderson Correspondent Grey catbird, a rare bird for Sisters. photo provided Norma Funai, who resides with her husband, Arnold, out near Indian Ford Meadow, reported a grey catbird, Dumetella carolinensis, drinking warm water out of the hot tub in their backyard last week. She was quite excited about the observation, as catbirds in this part of Oregon are rare. More

Grey Catbird has a combination of slate-grey plumage with black cap and tail, and chestnut undertail coverts. It has black bill, eyes, legs and feet. Grey Catbird is much larger and darker than male Blackcap, and quite different in shape, with long, rounded tail often cocked, strong legs and prominent bill. Both sexes are similar. More

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The Grey Catbird, is a medium-sized northern American perching bird of the mimid family. Nesting high up in the trees in a bulky thick cup of coarse sticks, weed stems, grapevine, leaves, and grasses. In the wild, the gray catbird can lay 3-5 eggs a season, the eggs are smooth and glossy with a uniform deep greenish-blue. More

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Order : Passeriformes
Family : Mimidae
Genus : Dumetella
Species : carolinensis
Authority : (Linnaeus, 1766)