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by Ed Harris
(Hayden Idaho)

I just saw 3 large grey birds with white face, ground feeders in North Idaho that I have never seen before.

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May 29, 2014
large grey bird NEW
by: Anonymous

Wow, that's it. Thank you.

May 29, 2014
Helmeted Guineafowl
by: Zac Bimson

I recently posted for an identification on a similar bird, and a friendly user (Telma Franco) said it was a Helmeted Guineafowl. Search the internet for it!

May 28, 2014
large grey birds
by: Ed Harris

They appeared to be white face, not the whole head. They were pecking at the ground on a business lawn. The biggest was bigger than a wild turky, then another one smaller and the 3rd one smaller yet again.

May 28, 2014
large grey bird
by: Anonymous

It looked like the just had white face and not the whole head. They looked to be larger than a turkey. They were pecking at the ground on green grass. I kick myself for not taking a couple of pictures. All 3 were different sizes like a breeding pair and 1 young one.

May 27, 2014
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by: Brook

Do you mean the whole head is white? Birds don't really have faces. Was there any other coloring and how large compared to a Robin or a crow? What were they eating?

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