Baby birds in North Texas

by Ande Owens
(Krugerville, TX USA)

These guys end up taking cover on our front porch after the sun goes down and leaving at sunrise.

They have very long tailfeathers and their beaks are long, pipelike. Other than that, that's all the info I know about them. I would really like to know what type of birds they are. I looked up Doves & their beaks are different. We have a couple of Mississippi Kites flying around and hanging out in our backyard but they don't look like the baby pictures of them (Beak). Any help is very much appreciated.

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Nov 16, 2015
Baby Birds
by: Christine

We just found two on the pillar on our front porch. Also trying to found out what they are.

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