White underwings

by Mark
(Bennett, WI)

In flight

In flight

In flight feeding

This small flock arrived today to do some ground feeding. They are bigger than sparrows... smaller than robins. They wouldn't really have been noticeable but when they fly their wings are so white the attract your eye.

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Dec 09, 2012
So the question is...
by: Mark

Any idea what they are?

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