Mottled gray-brown facial disk with mottled white outline, no ear tufts. Legs, feet are pink-brown. Sexes similar. Ash-throated Flycatcher: Medium flycatcher with gray-brown upperparts, pale gray throat and breast, and gray-brown tail with rufous highlights. Wings and tail are chestnut-brown. Encouraging birds to visit your garden is easy and a great way to help! Look out for chiffchaffs, siskins, yellowhammers, bullfinches, nuthatches, treecreepers, lesser redpolls, tawny owls, sparrowhawks, jays, cuckoos, mistle thrushes, blackcaps, goldcrests and pied flycatchers. Buff band on breast. Brown-gray wings and upper back with black mottling. Weak mothlike flight. No ear tufts. Low, direct flight with rapid wing beats. The wings show white bars in flight. White face, forehead. Long wings. Sharp-tailed Sandpiper: This medium-sized sandpiper has dark brown upperparts and white underparts with faint olive-brown streaks on breast and sides. Has a curious habit of fluttering drooped wings similar to a young bird begging for food. It forages on the ground or hangs from stems to eat seeds; also feeds on greens and insects. ‘Garden birds’ are any species of bird that visit our gardens for food and shelter on a regular basis. Rapid fluctuating flight, gliding into cover. Yellow-green legs. Thin, pale bill. Flight is short and low, alternating rapid wing beats with glides. They feed mostly on aquatic plants and seeds. Pacific Screech-Owl: Small owl with mottled brown-gray upperparts, some white markings in wings, fine streaks on white underparts. Its pale brown under wings are visible in flight. The International Ornithological Congress (IOC) recognizes these 360 hummingbird species in family Trochilidae, and distributes them among 112 genera. Bouyant direct flight with steady, rapid wing beats. Eastern Meadowlark: Short ground-dwelling bird with buff- and black-streaked brown upperparts. Northern Wheatear: Small thrush (oenanthe), with gray upperparts, black wings, mask, and tail. Sedge Wren: Small wren with white-streaked, brown upperparts and pale buff underparts. Broad wings with thick black stripe. Legs and feet are brown. It feeds on invertebrates, small vertebrates and sometimes carrion from the water's surface. Hooked bill is dark, legs are pink. It mostly walks on the ground, with short rapid flights. Dusky Grouse: Large, chicken-like bird, dark gray to blue-gray plumage, red-orange eye combs, black squared tail with narrow pale gray terminal band. Alternates rapid, deep wing beats with sailing glides. Masked Duck: Small stifftail duck with black-tipped blue bill and black mask with thin white eye-ring. Strong direct flight with steady wing beats. Wings have small patches of yellow and two white wing-bars. Hawaiian Owl: This medium-sized owl has both light and dark brown mottled upperparts, dark-streaked, pale buff underparts, large round head with pale buff facial disk with fine brown tinges, black around eyes, small ear tufts, yellow eyes, and black bill. Five-striped Sparrow: Medium sparrow, dark, gray-brown upperparts, gray underparts, white belly. North America. It has a slow, silent moth-like flight. Swift direct flight with strong wing beats. their website has made information available on articles, images and sounds, relating to all the native birds seen in North America. South Polar Skua Dark: This small, gull-like skua occurs in two color phases. Olive-sided Flycatcher: Large, heavy-billed flycatcher with dark olive-brown upperparts, streaked olive-brown sides, and white underparts. Rest of underparts white. The blue-gray bill is long and stout. Formerly (with Sooty Grouse) known as Blue Grouse. Brown above, with a white belly and red breast. Juvenile more red-brown. Northern Jacana: Rail-like relative of plovers and shorebirds; is unique in having extremely long toes. Eats mostly insects, also eat seeds. water. This dark gray bird has a black head and neck and white feathers on the flanks and under tail coverts, a very distinctive red frontal shield; bill tip is yellow with a red base, and the legs and feet are greenish, without lobes. In doing Head has slight crest and faint white eye-ring. The smallest North American swallow. Temminck's Stint: Small sandpiper with gray-brown upperparts and faint breast band and white underparts. The male sings a lovely, ethereal downward-slurring song at sunset. purposes, with a link back to http://www.sialis.org or Black bill, legs and feet. Underparts are white with dark bars on breast and dark streaks on belly. Rest of underparts white with brown scaling on breast and flanks. It is named for its facial whiskers, which are longer and denser than in other screech owls. Wings are gray-brown with rufous primaries. Swift direct flight on rapid wing beats. Brown on sides of breast, brown streaks on white underparts. Bill is short, gray and slightly decurved with pale pink lower mandible base. and understand our fine feathered friends. Hawaiian Duck: This small dabbling duck is mostly mottled brown, buff and black; uniformly gray-brown on the throat, nape and head. Flies close to ground or soars on thermals and updrafts. Feeds mostly on rodents and mongoose. Nape is chestnut-brown, crown is black, and throat is white. The crest shows a large white patch when raised; white stripe extends backwards from eye when lowered. Long wings. Legs and feet are brown. Feeds on fish and squid. The underparts are white with a brown chest band and brown on the flanks. Alder Flycatcher: Small flycatcher with olive-brown upperparts, white underparts, and indistinct white eye-ring. Feeds on large insects, small rodents and birds.
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