KDFlowers

by KD Flowers
(North Louisiana)

Junco Size, Grey Body, Yellow Rump, Bandit Eye Mask Black that sweeps around face from behind eye to behind eye, Mask is narrow above the beak with White liner around this black mask, Red bar at the mid-lower back when wings are folded, some have yellow tip at the end of tail feathers....

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Feb 19, 2018
kdflowers NEW
by: Brook

good call Roma

it would be a Bohemian wax wing

Feb 16, 2018
kd flowers
by: roma

hi kd, if when you say yellow rump you mean the underside of the bird, then i think you have a cedar waxwing. both are berry eaters.

Feb 12, 2018
kd flowers
by: roma

hi kd, i think i have your bird. do you have a lot of bushs with berries? i think this is a bohemian wax wing. the photo i saw didn,t have a white eye ring but the desciption does. it winters in any area that has berry bearing bushs and trees.

let me know if this is right, we just guess you know.

Nov 29, 2017
kdflowers
by: Brook

Hi,

I'm sorry that no one has gotten back to you. I read your question some time ago but don't have an answer for you.

I suggest you contact the Louisiana Audubon Society:

http://la.audubon.org/

225-768-0820

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