What bird is this?

by Marion Rohatynski
(Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada)




My friend Ken took this picture in Richmond Hill Ontario, but he is not sure what kind of bird this is?

Please help..
Thank Marion

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May 30, 2016
Great - Thank you NEW
by: Marion

That is great. Thank you
Marion

May 30, 2016
Bob O Link NEW
by: John

Brook and Marion are right on as Identifying this bird as a male Bob O Link. Good work by both of you!

May 30, 2016
Bob O Link NEW
by: John

Brook and Marion are right on as Identifying this bird as a male Bob O Link. Good work by you both!

May 29, 2016
what bird is this? NEW
by: Brook

I confirm that this absolutely is a Bobolink

May 29, 2016
Bob O Link NEW
by: Marion

This bird looks for like a Bob O Link male bird. Check out the pictures from Google


Thank you
Marion

May 29, 2016
Thank you NEW
by: Marion

So it is a Golden-Crown Kinglet !!
Thank you

May 29, 2016
GOLDEN-Crowned Kinglet NEW
by: Anonymous

My mistake, typed golden because that's how I searched for this bird.

May 29, 2016
Orange-crowned kinglet??? NEW
by: Anonymous

http://www.audubon.org/field-guide/bird/golden-crowned-kinglet

I'm wondering if this is your bird? Or a related species?

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