Lorraine

by Lorraine
(Northern Nw Jersey)


Long beak bright yellow belly long tail spotted feathers

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May 05, 2017
Spotted in Richmond NEW
by: Anonymous

Is this a light footed clapper rail?

Mar 18, 2017
American Woodcock? NEW
by: Anonymous

Please check this link.... could mystery be solved? https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/American_Woodcock/lifehistory

Mar 18, 2017
Someone must know what this little "fellow" NEW
by: Margaret Mariam

...is and what its doing in New England and New Jersey.
Please !

Mar 18, 2017
Same bird spotted in Millburn NJ NEW
by: Anonymous

We just saw the same bird and are curious to know what it is!

Mar 18, 2017
Bird with very long beak in NJ NEW
by: Kelly

Yes! We just saw the same bird. Spends most of its time on the ground poking it's long beak into the dirt under the bushes. It is quite chubby in appearance about the size of a softball. Would love to know what this bird is! Very cute!

Mar 17, 2017
We just photographed the same bird... NEW
by: Margaret Mariam

...okay, not the bird in this photo; but one just like it. In Massachusetts.

We've never seen one of these in Boston before. And we would LOVE to know what it is.


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