This bird looks way too small for a veery but the speckled breast makes me think wood thrush or veery. First I thought it was a wren or warbler due to the size but I don't know which it would be. The feathers are not that of a house wren and it doesn't have the markings of an ovenbird. Help with the ID. It hit the glass front door and was stunned but later revived and flew away.
interesting nest built loosely into a sedge tussock
Abundant in small, swiftly flowing, sandy stream. Case tapered and slightly curved. Fleshy knobs observed on sides and top of first abdominal segment.
Adult female found in small sandy stream. Maybe Cambarus species A? Have to look this up when I get time.
found dead in woods near small stream
mating pair on Carex sp. growing along streambank