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Everything posted by lonesome55dove

  1. Yep, it sure does...which is easy to do since there are only four birds in the whole world that starts with an X. ?
  2. Could the bird you're looking for be a Cedar Waxwing? ?
  3. The bill doesn't look quite right for a Blue Grosbeak unless it is deformed. It looks more Crossbill-ish to me. ?
  4. You didn't mention what time of year this sighting occurred...Spring, Summer, June, August...it might be helpful to know that information too. ? What about a juvenile European Starling...they are a drab gray and in my experience with them, they will eat almost anything.
  5. Oops! Sorry, I have a bad habit of NOT reading the tags...I see this was taken in Alabama on 12/4/18. ?
  6. Welcome to Whatbird! Where was this photo taken at? It is always helpful to add a location as it can be a great help in narrowing down the possibilites of any given bird. ?
  7. Spectacular photos! Sorry, but I'm no help in determining male or female. ?
  8. Verdin. ? Photo Credit: Wikipedia / Alan D. Wilson - NaturesPicsOnline
  9. Quail-plover. ? Photo Credit: Wikipedia / Nigel Voaden from UK - Quail Plover, Poli, Cameroon
  10. Orchard Oriole. ? ...Oh look, double O's! Photo Credit: Wikipedia
  11. Jacky Winter. ? Photo credit: www.birdlife.org.au - bird profile/Jacky Winter
  12. Yes, Pine Siskin. Congrats! on it being a new bird. ?
  13. Here we go again................. American Goldfinch. ?
  14. I'm probably way off base here but it sort of looks like a Meadowlark to me. Hopefully, someone else will chime in with more help. ?
  15. Welcome to Whatbird! It is a Chukar as The Bird Nuts said. A wild bird in some areas and a farm-raised bird in others so it may be an escapee. Where are you located? I doubt that it is in need of care...it looks perfectly fine to me. If you think it needs food birdseed or cracked corn are good choices and a container with fresh water. ?
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