ID Help

3 '12

I know most of you immediately thought I needed help with Intelligent Design info, but I really need help identifying this new bird that came to my feeder.

I do not see her in any of my bird books.  Any ideas?

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20 Responses to ID Help

  1. susansplace says:

    Uh oh! I am SURE that is a furry-eared, yellow-striped, sapsucker! Watch out for those! They tend to be very territorial and will drive most other species out of the area!!

  2. Ah! Great Horned Owl food! 😉

  3. selah says:

    that is a calicois hungryitis..

  4. I’ll be able to get a much better look at it when it takes flight? Do you have any pictures of it flying? (You’d be rich!)

  5. I used to have twins years ago of this very variety… 😉

  6. David says:

    Hey, that looks like my feline. If she answers to Kahlua, please tell her to fly home. 🙂

  7. muse4me says:

    Black winged Calico Stalker.

  8. Shez says:

    Perhaps the Bird Feeder Stalker? Quite a sneaky variety.

  9. Madhu says:

    White Bellied Cathawk?

  10. Lindy Lee says:

    Beware of birds with fur…

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