New visitor

by Peter Shepard
(Indianapolis, IN)

I've not seen this bird before at our feeder. We live in Indianapolis, Indiana. The bird is small (3-5 in), with an elongated body, long tail feathers relative to body length, is predominately gray with a gray crest (but not as pronounced as a Titmouse's crest).

Comments for New visitor

Click here to add your own comments

Mar 25, 2014
new vistor NEW
by: Brook

The description you've given doesn't make your bird an easy guess. is it eating out of a seed feeder and is the feeder on the ground or hanging? what other birds are with it? Is there only one bird? give a more detailed description; beak size, color and it's shape. compare your bird to the size of a robin and let us know how big it is. Anything you can submit will help

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. TN bird

    Feb 24, 17 08:25 PM

    I saw a pair of birds today, but did not recognize them. I did not have a camera. the upper part of their body was black and their breast/underpants were

    Read More

  2. Huge Black Bird

    Feb 23, 17 10:48 AM

    It's about the size of a wild female turkey. Is solid black with a straight, non-curved bill that is grayish black. Its underneath feathers (not tail

    Read More

  3. Paula

    Feb 21, 17 10:15 PM

    I have 2 white mourning doves. I think both are females. I get 4. Eggs per month. They do not build nests the just set on highest perch and drop an egg

    Read More