Our Georgia Mystery Bird

by Dixie
(Cherokee Co,, GA)

Lil Buddy

Lil Buddy

This bird was seen in the vicinity of our feeders sitting on the ground. Black, white and brown on the back part. We have been unsuccessful in sorting through photos. I'm sure he must be an easy fella, but I can't figure him out.

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Jan 31, 2017
Black birds NEW
by: Anonymous

A whole swarm of these birds descended on my backyard and feeders this morning!!! At least 50 were together! The robins that usually feed in my yard didn't know what to think if this situation!!

Jan 08, 2017
One here today NEW
by: Scott

One showed up today in Ellabell Ga at our feeder. Havent a clue what it is.

Mar 19, 2014
Black Cherry Picker
by: Anonymous

This is a bird seen only in early spring in Ga. it is migrating north. black cherry picker is the common name in the northern states

May 14, 2012
Red winged blackbird
by: Anonymous

Red-winged Blackbird. The red is only on ther male when in mating season.

Feb 26, 2012
Red Winged Blackbird
by: Anonymous

I thought it looked just like the red-winged blackbirds I saw in the midwest as a child, except no red on the wings.

Feb 26, 2012
bird ID
by: AuntGiki

Red-winged blackbird

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