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www.whatbirdsareinmybackyard.com/2019/08/what-kind-of-birds-are-yellow-and...

Western Meadowlarks are speckled and streaked above in browns, blacks, and grays, paler than Eastern Meadowlarks. The underparts are bright yellow. A black band goes across the chest. The yellow throat is wider than on Eastern Meadowlark. The malar feathers down from the lower mandible of the beak are yellow. Length bill tip to tail tip: 9-1/2 ...

www.careuk.com/care-homes/rspb-big-garden-birdwatch/10-common-birds-in-your...

1. House sparrow Crowned as 2017’s most common garden bird, the house sparrow is best known for its noisy song. Their grey breast and brown wings make them easy to identify. 2. Starling Known for being a social bird, starlings are often found flying in a flock. Keep an eye out for its distinctive speckled, metallic feathers and bright yellow beak.

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Greyish-yellow gape flanges (tissue at corners of the beak near face) Once feathers develop colour two-toned—brown on back and white on underside Click on the picture in the icon panel to enlarge it and see its caption.

www.surfbirds.com/namericanbirds/blackbird-cardinal.html

This bird is a permanent resident in much of its range. Northern birds migrate in flocks to the southeastern United States. These birds forage on the ground, in shallow water or in shrubs; they will steal food from other birds. They are omnivorous, eating insects, minnows, frogs, eggs, berries, seeds and grain, even small birds.

www.pbase.com/gunes/birds&page=all

On 1 side of feeder perched a sm. bird w/bright yellow head, chest and even yellow down it's back; while @ the same time, on the other side, (perched & eating) there was a beautiful, small/med sized bird, almost fully covered in red feathers.

www.blog.catandturtle.net/backyard-bird-identification

My bright yellow stomach and yellow “spectacles” make me easy to distinguish from other small birds that flit high over your head. Yellow-throated Warbler I’m a wintertime visitor with a happy ‘chip’ call note (you might confuse my call with a cardinal’s).

vt.audubon.org/birds

Yellow-rumped Warbler Photo: Noah Browning/Audubon Photography Awards. Birds in Vermont. Audubon Vermont works under National Audubon’s Atlantic Flyway Initiative to protect birds and their habitats in Vermont. Our science-based approach works to save birds through conservation, education, and advocacy. We collaborate with landowners, land ...

www.backyardbirds.co.nz/bird_feeding3.htm

The male and female Mynah are alike in appearance. They are approximately 24cm long and weigh around 125gms. Their bodies are chocolate brown, with a black head and neck. They have a yellow beak, eye patch, feet and legs. White wing patches can be seen when the birds are flying

www.discoverlife.org/mp/20q?guide=Birds

Beak main color Black/Gray (1235) Yellow/Orange (336) Other (175) Red (32) Beak secondary color Solid color bill (1028) Black/Gray (416) Yellow/Orange (178) Other (139) Red (37) Beak shape Straight, thin relative to length (1002) Straight, thick relative to length (550) Hooked (159) Curved down, elongated (38) Curved up, elongated (14) Belly ...

www.birds-of-north-america.net/gray-birds.html

Gray coloured birds are found in most families of bird species, including gnatcatchers, thrushes, vireos, chickadees, nuthatches and so on. For a birder who is just starting out, the colour of the bird will probably be the first piece of information that will be used in trying to put a name to the bird.