Night Roosting Babies

by Leon Gray
(Niceville, FL)


I found these two hiding under the eaves of my back porch perched and snuggled in tight on a little ledge afforded by the pillar. They didn't move and allowed me to get very close to take the picture.

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Sep 25, 2016
Another one in Texas NEW
by: Anonymous

I have one on my front porch in Fort Worth, TX.
I saw it fly away once and it appeared to be some sort of hummingbird maybe?

Nov 03, 2013
Similar in Texas NEW
by: R.M.

I have seen similar birds in East Texas. They have a yellow band which goes above their eyes to the back of their heads.

Oct 17, 2013
small bird of prey?
by: Anonymous

Could they be kestrels or sparrowhawks? That's what the tails make me think of.

Oct 16, 2013
Wow!
by: J J

What are they?

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