dull greenish yellow breasted

by Jamy
(Hemet, CA)

Large bird like a robin. Thin, bill similar to Pigeon looking perching bird. Sitting top of tree and all birds around him no afraid. about 3 times the size of house finch if not bigger couldn't see back color. Not a parrot and had mask on eyes

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Jan 29, 2014
Your Area NEW
by: Barbara

The area you live in may have birds that will never show up in my area, so you might want to put the name of your part of the world in with the search engine information. I did a quick search myself using your "greenish yellow breasted with mask" information and a "male common yellow throat" showed up. Could it be that?

Jan 29, 2014
Not Sure. NEW
by: Barbara

There are a lot of birds I don't know, but like to help find out! It sounds like it could be some sort of finch? I may be way off. One suggestion I have is to type the description or part of it into the search engine and see what comes up. When a bird has come into my backyard that I've not seen before, that's what I do and so far I have identified them all by doing that. Birds are so beautiful and fun! They bring joy and color to our lives. I hope you find your bird's identity.

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