Little Green Yellow Breasted Bird in our Yard

by Hanna
(Twin Falls, Idaho, USA)


We found this little guy in our yard this morning. I'm not sure what the cause of he's death was. However, he was so pretty. And I couldn't help but be curious about the type of bird he was.

He's a green feathered, yellow breasted, white spots around his eyes, short pointy black beak, small sized bird.

Comment
Looks like a Yellow-Breasted Chat.

Comments for Little Green Yellow Breasted Bird in our Yard

Click here to add your own comments

Apr 24, 2016
Yellow Breasted Chat NEW
by: Anonymous

Yellow Breasted Chat

Oct 03, 2015
birdie
by: Anonymous

I found one layinf like that, took it inside then it flew around my house. What are these??

Oct 03, 2015
birdie
by: Anonymous

I just found one two laying like that , I took him inside and he flew around in my house! What are these?

Sep 08, 2014
Green and yellow bird
by: Anonymous

I foud one today what cane is it?

Sep 06, 2012
Here in Minnesota Too..
by: Erika

I just found one like this outside of a Potbelly's restaurant on the sidewalk in Minnesota. I've never seen one like him before. He was alive though. I held him for awhile and then about 5 min. later he perched on my finger and flew off to a tree. So sweet.

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. Alk2040

    Dec 03, 16 10:11 AM

    Brown to tan bird with some upright feathers on crown a little red stripe on back and bright yellow tipped tail

    Read More

  2. Never seen one before , spotted on the golf course

    Dec 03, 16 10:10 AM

    Medium size bird hopping in the grass then flew off. It had the most irridecent flame red/ orange feathers on the breast the rest was dark . I jave never

    Read More

  3. Spotted bird in planter box

    Nov 28, 16 10:02 AM

    He's a small spotted bird in Southern California. He's burrowing into a planter box in our front courtyard to keep warm. Wondering what kind of bird

    Read More