NE Pa. spotted

by Kevin Noonan
(Montrose, Pa)

this is a small bird about the size of a sparrow, perches in the tops of the tree taking flight to catch bugs in the air. This bird appears to have a mottled, but structured pattern of black and white, perhaps gray on the back. It has a white throat, and yellow patches on the shoulders. Beak is small in circumference and dark, medium length.

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May 04, 2015
ne pa. spotted
by: Brook

hi, I'm sorry no one has commented on your bird. I don't know what it is either but I can off you a a few websites where you may look for some answers yourself., These two are the easiest to use in my opinion there is also WhatBird but I haven't had a lot of luck with it, it almost always gives me the wrong bird. You can also type the description of the bird into your search bar and see what comes up

May 03, 2015
small yellow birds,,,SE Pa...
by: Annemarie

medium yellow and almost light greenish ...almost looks like a canary...very yellow head, no black at all on body...and also today spotted what I think might be someones canary that maybe got loose..very small yellow, some black on wings but a very long sharp blue tail...never saw anything like it , all by itself..both birds

May 02, 2015
Bird ID
by: AuntGiki

yellow rumped warbler??

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