BRAVE NEW BIRD

by Barbara
(Ohio)

Unidentified Black and White Bird

Unidentified Black and White Bird

As you can see by the picture, it has a black body and a white head and upper body. The female cardinal on the right seems to be appalled that the unknown bird would be so bold. I was taking a pic of the cardinal, and did not even see the unknown bird until I put the pic in my computer. Do you know what bird this is? I've not seen it in our central Ohio area.

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Feb 14, 2014
brave new bird NEW
by: Brook

We don't have anything like this in the Willamette Valley PNW

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