orange and yellow bird that beats against my window

by Peggy
(Wallace N.C.)

I love in N.C. and we now have a strange orange and yellow bird that will beat against the windows of the house and try to get in. We have lived here for 5 years and have never seen any birds of this color. We have some blue birds that will beat against the windows and attack the mirrors on the car but we have never seen any birds of the orange color until this year. There seems to be only the one. If it has a mate we have not seen it. I have not been able to get a picture because when I go to get my camera it is gone. Does anyone have any ideas as to what this bird wants or what kind of bird it is?

Comments for orange and yellow bird that beats against my window

Click here to add your own comments

Jun 11, 2014
orange and yellow bird that beats against my window NEW
by: Brook

Hi, Your bird is a male and thinks it's reflection is another male trying to take his territory. So that your bird doesn't kill himself place decals uniformly approximately 4" apart on the window so your bird will understand that his reflection is not another bird. I don't know what species he is. Let us know his sz compared to a robin, what he eats, and what his markings are and anything else you can think of. Is his head orange and his body yellow, etc.

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. Mary Lou Leidig

    Mar 29, 17 10:05 PM

    Was going to rescue what I was told was a white dove. Well, this guy was huge, probably bigger than a macaw. He had a bit of a hawk-like look but seemed

    Read More

  2. Majstic, large bird

    Mar 27, 17 02:02 PM

    I can't identify this bird. It was tall, and was perching in a tree over a swamp near the Kennedy Space Center parking lot. Very pronounced ruff of brown

    Read More

  3. Chris

    Mar 27, 17 02:00 PM

    We have old birdhouses in yard that are occupied and we want to replace them. When is it the best time to do so and will the birds have time to replace

    Read More