We have attempted to identify the following two birds but with no success. If you recognize either of these two birds, please leave us a comment below and enlighten us!
First Mystery Bird
Second Mystery Bird Please Watch The Video
Filed under Birds
Tagged as LASHP, Mystery Bird
Your first bird looks like a White-crowned Sparrow. They are one of California’s commonest winter birds. This one can be identified as an immature bird by the plain gray “eyebrow” and the dark brown stripes on the head. You can read more about them here: http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/White-crowned_Sparrow/id
Your second bird looks like a Say’s Phoebe. They are insect-eaters that live year-round in California. They can be recognized by their rusty-orange belly, the black tail that’s frequently bobbed up-and-down, and the fly-catching behavior. You can read more about them here: http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Says_Phoebe/id
Thanks Tim! Good to know we have some experienced birders out there to help out!
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