Red brown cute puffy bird

by Diane Thielker
(Raynham, MA)


It's red brown a puffy really cute

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Feb 23, 2015
junco NEW
by: Susan

There are several varieties of juncos and I think that's your bird.

Feb 23, 2015
Don't think they are Sparrows NEW
by: Anonymously

These birds have come to our home for two years now. They are very "puffy",
Cinnamon & Buff in color, a kind of long beak, & loves the wood stacked on our porch. He is very brave, & the female made a nest on our porch & hatched babies.
They seem to like bugs more than seed, but they eat both I think. I call ours "cinnamon" & "he/they" have given our family many hours of fun watching them, but I still don't know what they are?. Please help.

Feb 21, 2015
Red brown cute puffy bird
by: Diane Thieljer

I thought maybe it's a Carolina Wren.

Feb 21, 2015
red brown cute puffy bird
by: Anonymous

looks like some sort of a wren.

Feb 21, 2015
red brown cute puffy bird
by: Brook

hi MA, it is very difficult to see exactly what species of sparrow but I almost positive it is a sparrow, possibly a fox or song. Watch them eat and see what they do then go to AllAboutBirds.com
and read about the song sparrow and fox sparrow habbits to decipher what they are. Or you can google pictures of both and match them with your puffy little ones.

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