Grey head, yellow belly,, olive body

by Becky Bartlett
(Attalla, Alabama)

I have a bird that I have never seen here, it is about 5 1/2-6 inches long, grey head olive green body with yellow belly there are 2 of them both of them look alike and they are nesting in an old bird box on a tree. The box is about 5 foot up the tree

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May 14, 2013
yellow belly bird NEW
by: el diablo

hola Becky have done some digging re your visitors and yes yellow
wagtails do rerside in US IN ALLABAMA STATE [Info.from birds of allabama] found another posibility bird could be A SHRIKE same sorta shape and plumage but no waggy tail,but without pic difficult,but would think tail would nail I/D.anyway happy TAIL Spotting .HASTA LUAGO From sunny Spain ATB El diablo.

May 13, 2013
Bird ID NEW
by: William Brown

Great crested flycatcher.

May 13, 2013
Bird ID NEW
by: William Brown

Great crested flycatcher.

May 13, 2013
grey head yellow belly bird NEW
by: el diablo

your unknown visitors could be YELLOW WAGTAILS But dont know if you have them in STATES quite common in UK.[so called because of thier constant flicking of thier tail feathers]Hope this helps] HASTA LUAGO EL DIIABLO Adios from Sunny SPAIN ATB

May 13, 2013
Grey yellow bird in Alabama NEW
by: Lisa

Could it be a female Painted Bunting?

May 13, 2013
Grey yellow bird in Alabama NEW
by: Lisa

Could it be a female Painted Bunting?

May 13, 2013
Grey yellow bird in Alabama NEW
by: Lisa

Could it be a female Painted Bunting?

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