yellow bellied birds

by joy
(orlando, fl)

Recently I saw 2 yellow bellied birds with some red and maybe brown or black on their top coat. They were flying in and out my red bottom brush tree and having a good time flying from one branch to another. These birds were beautiful but unfortunately I saw them from a distance. Their striking colors caught my eye since I have never seen these birds before. Are they yellow bellied flycatchers or palm warblers? I lived in Orlando, Florida and I have my daily mornings of seeing red cardinals, bluejays, and woodpeckers in my backyard. I have noticed seeing an increase in birds since I planted my red cardinal brushes that my mom had given me last winter. The birds love my palm, red maple leaf, and red bottom brush trees.



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If you lived on the western coast, I would say you're describing a Western Tanager. Unfortunately they're not found in Florida. Possibly a warbler, but without a photo, it's really difficult to hazard a guess. Sorry
Susan

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Jul 03, 2015
YELLOW BELLIED IN PCB
by: Anonymous

I LIVE ON PANAMA CITY BEACH AND I HAVE THOSE SAME BIRDS IN MY BOTTLE BRUSH TREE.

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