What is This Bird?

by Bob Huff
(Lethbridge, Ab, Canada)

Location: Lethbridge, Alberta. Canada

Sited: Jan 26th 2011 in the afternoon.
Picture attached.

Bird was taking shelter in a strong wind. Little smaller than a sparrow.

Thank you.

Bob Huff

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Jan 28, 2011
It's an American Goldfinch in winter
by: Susan

Well Bob, that is a beautiful photo you've taken.
It is an American Goldfinch with it's winter coat on.
Happy Birding,
Susan

Jan 28, 2011
American Goldfinch :-)
by: Anonymous

American Goldfinch :-)

Jan 28, 2011
Identification of bird
by: Anonymous

Looks a little like a young cedar waxwing. Doesn't have its peak yet. Just a guess

Jan 28, 2011
I got one of these too!
by: Hayley

I believe it is a female or wintering male american goldfinch!

Jan 28, 2011
taking shelter
by: glenn

it`s an immature or female american goldfinch.

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