Chicken Bird

by Mike Panzarella
(Connecticut)


This bird stops by to eat the peanuts we leave out for the squirrels. Its the only one we see, what kind of bird is this?

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Sep 27, 2011
male cardinal?
by: Samm

This could be a young male cardinal, as they don't turn red until they are older

Sep 26, 2011
Cardinal
by: Anonymous

Looks like a female Cardinal.

Sep 25, 2011
Chicken bird: Female Cardinal
by: Anonymous

This bird appears to be a female cardinal, although perhaps not in the best of health.

Sep 24, 2011
Chicken Bird
by: Judy- Seattle

I think you 'chicken bird' is a female Cardinal because of its crest and thick beak.

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