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.

Comments for Night Roosting Babies

Click here to add your own comments

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?

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. Orioles in Hampton Roads Virginia?

    Feb 13, 18 09:21 PM

    I live in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia. I have bird feeders in my yard and get lots of visitors from a variety of birds. I also have an orange Oriole

    Read More

  2. Possible woodpecker seen today Feb. 11Th 2018

    Feb 11, 18 05:44 PM

    It t was possibly a female woodpecker. Blueish grey on top of head, the rest of the head was light brown/tan. Neck was a wide darck black but bright red

    Read More

  3. Northern Flicker Eastern United States

    Feb 08, 18 12:24 PM

    This winter we've added a heater to our backyard birdbath fountain and it's created a wonderful winter habitat for the wildlife in our backyard. In February

    Read More