Judith Economos

by judith economos
(scarsdale ny usa)

tiny bird, sharp beak, greenish front, yellow eyebrow, pale underside, short square grey-brown tail. Bonked into window, but apparently recovered; looks bright-eyed, wings appear fine, but no ambition. Won't go.

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Oct 02, 2014
tiny bird survived NEW
by: Anonymous

thank you! I'll look up vireos. After a night in a cage in a warm house the little one was feisty and ready to resume its life.

Oct 02, 2014
JUDITH ECONOMOS NEW
by: Brook

hI, I was hoping someone who could identify your little bird for sure would answer. Look up Vireos or possibly a Flycatcher. This time of year is more difficult to tell if you aren't familiar with the area because birds are migrating south and they stop off along the way for rest so this little one may not even live in the area. I believe it is a Vireo of some sort,

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