UNKNOWN BIRD NEED HELP IMMEDIATELY!!!!

by Cherrry
(charlotte, nc)

TODAY I WAS RIDING AROUND WITH MY BF AND WE SAW THIS WEIRD LOOKING BIRD. IVE TRIED AND TRIED TO IDENTIFY IT USING GOOGLE ITS NOT EVEN ON THE LIST OF BIRDS FOUND IN NC. ID REALLY LIKE TO KNOW WHAT IT WAS I DONT HAVE A PICTURE BUT HERES THE DESCRIPTION:


BIRD WAS SPOTTED IN CHARLOTTE NC (MID WINTER)
IT WAS GREY WITH WHITE SPECKLES, BLACK THOAT, WITH A LITTLE ON THE CHIN(I BELIEVE IT HAD ONE OF THOSE THINGS LIKE A TURKEY) THE FACE WAS WHITE WITH BLACK LITTLE ROUND EYES IT STOOD UPRIGHT (IT HONESTLY ME IN THE MIND FRAME OF A PEACOCK WITHOUT THE FAN)

it is truly bothering me that i can not identify this bird ive never had this problem before but i MUST know what it is

Comments for UNKNOWN BIRD NEED HELP IMMEDIATELY!!!!

Click here to add your own comments

Jun 30, 2014
backyard birds
by: yvonne

i live in Northampton England and i was having a pub lunch with some friends when a very unusual bird appeared. It was black with a red and yellow beak.Its legs were long and yellow with red marks on each leg it had 3 claws on each leg.I have never seen one before.please tell me what it is to put my mind at rest.Thank you.

Feb 26, 2012
Cherrry's Mystery Bird
by: Judy-Seattle

Hi Cherry, I think you may have seen some variety of quail or bobwhite. Your description fits a male California Quail.

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. what kind of bird is this

    Oct 15, 17 06:44 PM

    He looks like a cardinal but blue! i have never seen this bird before until this week

    Read More

  2. what kind of bird is this and is it a baby

    Oct 15, 17 06:44 PM

    It can barly fly so is he injured or baby hes not that big ether his head has like fuzzy stuff

    Read More

  3. Tom Metz

    Oct 15, 17 06:42 PM

    Small dusky or dark gray bird, 3 to 4 inches, with a fan shaped tail. The tail had 2 yellow triangle markings, which were about 3/4 to 1 inch each.

    Read More