Unknown Breed NEED TO KNOW


I saw a bird. It was gray and yellow on the back, a brute white belly, and a irregular color orange. This bird has a very thin beak and very puffy body.

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Nov 30, 2015
Where are you?
by: Dot King

This is a very common bird in Europe. It's a robin redbreast. Bold and brave around feeders in winter-time. Has a lovely warbling song. Nests sometimes in odd places, old teapots, watering cans etc. Appears on Christmas cards often as a symbol of nature in winter and festive season.
ROBIN REDBREAST. :))

Nov 30, 2015
Unknown Breed NEED TO KNOW
by: John P.

Based on size and coloration of the bird you have described it would most likely be in the Warbler family of birds.

There are many varieties of colorful warblers so depending on your state or specific location it might be wise to determine which warblers are common to your state or area and then see if you can locate one that fits the size and coloration of the bird you are describing.

Looks like a strikingly beautiful bird and many warblers have unusual and beautiful color combinations.

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