never seen before

by Guido
(Cambridge)

I live in Cambridge just outside the city centre, Whitehill Road, a small bird just a little larger than a robin visited my feeder yesterday, this is the first time and I am very curious to know the name of it. I am attaching a few pictures

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Apr 15, 2013
thanks NEW
by: Anonymous

That's it. Thanks :)

Apr 15, 2013
Carolina Wren NEW
by: Bristi

I think that's a Carolina Wren. I had the same visitor (Marlborough, MA) and I looked in the internet and found out it's the Wren. There are lot more pics on the net. you can look and determine.

Apr 01, 2013
ID NEW
by: Anonymous

That's a female black cap, they have a brown cap males have the black cap.

Apr 01, 2013
Bird id NEW
by: Anonymous

That looks like a female black cap. Females have a brown cap males a black one .

Apr 01, 2013
titmouse? NEW
by: Telma

So cute! I'd love to know his name too... Could that be a titmouse, maybe? xxx

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