Lime-green yellowish birds in our Dogwood Tree in W. North Carolina

by Debbie
(Black Mountain, NC)

We have several hundred year old dogwoods in our yard that I love to watch the birds feed from in late September to October. This year we have a pair I have never seen before. They have lime-green yellowish heads and underbelly, with a bluish-brown wings that have a yellowish-white stripe across. They have beaks like a cardinal with prominent round black eyes.

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