Bird seen along Lake Josephine in Glacier National Park.

by Johnny
(NJ)


This bird was in the trees in Glacier Park in June 2011. Sparrow-sized. I'm curious about what it is.

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Aug 09, 2013
Birding in Glacier
by: David Benson

If you are thinking about birding in GNP again, check out www.gnpbirds.net before you go for detailed descriptions of where to find birds in Glacier National Park. Also, post your GNP-specific sightings there, too.

Aug 28, 2011
birdy
by: Anonymous

gray jay for sure

Aug 10, 2011
not a nuthatch
by: Anonymous

No ID yet, but not a nuthatch. Beak too small and tail too long.

Jul 24, 2011
Nuthatch?
by: Susan

Possibly a Nuthatch.

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