Grey Bird

by Lisa
(Newport News, Virginia )


Need help identifying this little guy. He is grey on top and a lighter shade of grey on bottom. I've seen him twice, once with another but it was a darker grey. Sorry the photo isn't great quality, took with my phone. It looks to be about the size of a Finch.

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Mar 22, 2013
Sorry then no idea! NEW
by: GaryE

I just can not tell from that pic there are lots of little grey birds it sure looks to be the size of a tufted titmouse. I should have mentioned that you should check that link I posted before and check out the similar birds section and see if anything matches your bird.

Good Luck!

Mar 19, 2013
Grey Bird NEW
by: Lisa

It's not a Titmouse, no crest. Hopefully I'll see him again and have my camera ready :)

Mar 18, 2013
hard to tell but maybe . . . NEW
by: GaryE

a tufted titmouse?

It really s hard to tell from the pic but that sure looks like a tufted titmouse to me. I know we get them all year round a little north of DC where I live.

Here is a link:

http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Tufted_Titmouse/id

What do you think?

Is that your bird?

The pics on that site show the bird as more white on the breast but when you see them quickly and not in the best light . . . that white underside usually looks more like light grey to me

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