Tuesday 30 May 2023

Unidentified Bird at the Neighborhood – Nature 76

We just have a visitor, quite difficult to identify. Several friends have different opinions about the species of the bird.



Image 1- A Finch on the feeder for hummingbird?

Some guesses the bird species are following:

- a house sparrow
- a female Rose-breasted Grosbeak
- a finch (a red finch or a house finch)
- a cardinal or a female cardinal

Then, as always, we search through GoogleID, the machine offer two possibilities: first, the Northern cardinal and the second is a house finch. I think the best guess is a house finch.



Image 2- Flowers, just illustration

It is because the finch has “larger beak” compared to other birds, but smaller compared to Rose-breasted Grosbeak.



Image 3- Sky, Just for illustration

You may read about Rose-breasted Grosbeak at previous posts:



Image 4- A finch? Look enjoy on the feeder.

Can you identify what is the bird species? (please see images 1 and 3)

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19 comments:

  1. I know finch and cardinal easily as I see them on line a lot

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  2. Un feliz miércoles, buenos días.

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  3. A true mystery, but interesting to see on the hummingbird feeder!

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    1. the bird may be just wants to drink....

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  4. Qué bonito y qué interesante!
    👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

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  5. Hello, dear 🌈.
    I like to admire, but I don't know how to identify... at all!
    Good and pleasant days.
    ~~~~~~~~~~

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  6. Who knows? For sure is a very welcome visitor!

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    1. yes, who know...

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  7. I think it is a common finch, it looks like we say around here, I usually have canaries on the terrace and the sparrows come to see what they can catch of food, it is an entertainment to observe them.
    Best regards.

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  8. As imagens são muito bonitas!! :)
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    Felizes das Crianças...
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    Beijo, e um excelente dia!

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  9. I know it's a beautiful bird, I don't know the species.

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    1. Indeed....

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  10. So cool :)

    https://www.heyimwiththeband.com.br/

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  11. Un ave muy hermosa, el pinzón. Por aquí no vemos el pinzón. Un abrazo. Carlos

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  12. That looks like a sparrow to me.

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    1. some people said that was a sparrow....

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  13. Hello,
    I have seen the larger birds trying to land on my hummingbird feeder, they may have been finches too. Your flowers are beautiful. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, Enjoy your day and have a great new week.

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  14. Nice bird captures. Love the flowers! Have a wonderful week.

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