Identify Gray / Brown Bird Eastern South Flordia

by Joanne
(Royal Palm Beach, FL)

South Florida Bird - Gray

South Florida Bird - Gray

This bird was filmed in my backyard in the West Palm Beach Florida Area.

We have only seen it once on film and it showed up for a very short time.
It appears like a catbird or cockoo but the markings and beak are not the same as the photos that I have viewed. Please see the attached photo.

thanks

Joanne

Comments for Identify Gray / Brown Bird Eastern South Flordia

Click here to add your own comments

May 04, 2016
Catbird NEW
by: Anonymous

I have one in feeder right now. It's a Catbird. It is in the feeder with a brown headed cow bird and they are nothing alike. Im in Illinois :)

Apr 06, 2016
Gray bird
by: Anonymous

This looks like a female House Finch.

Mar 17, 2016
gray bird west palm beach
by: Anonymous

same bird eating my tomatoes in Palm Beach Gardens. Did you get a positive ID?

Sep 18, 2014
rock thrush
by: akshay

Female of blue headed rock thrush

Mar 26, 2011
Brown-Headed Cowbird
by: Hayley

Hi! I think this is a brown headed cowbird. I saw this bird recently in our yard. Yours seems to be a female like mine.

Mar 26, 2011
Indigo Bunting female?
by: Judy-Seattle

Joanne, I would like to venture a guess that it might be a female Indigo Bunting. Is the upper half of the beak darker than the lower half?

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to What Is This Bird?.



Coming Soon

Recent Articles

  1. Flickers Galore

    Sep 27, 16 07:58 AM

    We live in the Midwest and have been seeing as many as ten flickers eating in my neighbors yard. I think they are eating grubs. I have never seen that

    Read More

  2. jamesmoore

    Sep 27, 16 07:57 AM

    It is grey with a long beak and a white ring around it's neck. The bird is about the size of a dove and I live in Florida near the Georgia line.

    Read More

  3. D.Fudge

    Sep 25, 16 05:05 PM

    Larger brown bird with polka dot feathers on their chest and belly/ Long dark beak.

    Read More