Brainlyn01

by Lynda
(Governors road Pittsfield nh )

Hello...

It's a very small bird, maybe finch size, maybe slightly larger, dark indigo/ deep dark all blue bird ...with a pointy head on top kind of like a titmouse...I've only seen it once (yesterday) at my feeder, up in the mountains in Pittsfield New Hampshire... cannot identify it anywhere. The only one it came close to looking like is a bird from Costa Rica lol.
Thanks!!
I wish I had my phone to get a pic... The one time I didn't have my phone on me ...and then he was gone when I went to get it 😞

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Jun 07, 2017
brainly01
by: Anonymous

The Eastern Blue Jay is a large jay. But could it be possible that you may have seen a fledgling? The males so have a crest.
http://www.audubon.org/field-guide/bird/blue-jay

Other than this, it would have to have been a very misplaced species. I would call your local Audubon Society and ask them, they may have an idea of any out of the ordinary sightings too.

Jun 06, 2017
Migrating ?
by: Margaret Mariam

Any chance you are on a migration route for the Costa Rican bird ?

Hope someone can tell us what it is, because it sounds very handsome.

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