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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.

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They had bright orange beaks with a white tip. The heads were gray with white rings around the eyes. The upper body was brown and there was a black strip from the middle of the head and down the middle of the back. The upper part of the wing was gray and the lower part black. Any help in identifying these birds would be appreciated. Dennis

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The Black-headed Grosbeak Approximate length: 18-19 cm or 6-1/2 to 7-3/4 inches in length and is similar in size to a starling. As per its name the male has a black head. It also has black wings and tail with prominent white patches. Its breast is dark to tawny orange in color. Its belly is yellow.

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This bird species sexual dimorphism wherein male birds are usually colorful with bright yellow heads, dark green upper-parts, and olive green underparts whereas females are dull with olive-green heads. Another interesting fact about this bird is that it has a pink finch-like beak and legs.

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The Bird Finder allows you to search, browse or find information about individual Australian birds. More birds will be added over time. Alternatively you can view the full list of species on this site.

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17 thoughts on “ 10 Captivating Orange-colored Birds ” Franc April 2, 2015 at 4:29 am. These birds really stand out with their natural orange color. I like the kingfisher the most in this list. Raine Pal April 2, 2015 at 4:35 am. I also love orange color birds, the FLAME BOWERBIRD looks cute to me.

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Black-capped Chickadee. The Black-capped Chickadee (Poecile atricapillus)is one of the most common birds in my backyard, and one of the boldest. They’re the small, black-and-white birds, and as their name suggests they have a black cap on their heads that resembles a mask.

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1. Anhinga The anhinga is a fairly large (35-inch) diving bird that looks a little like a skinny cormorant. It is long and slender, with a long sharp bill it uses to spear fish underwater. Another name for this bird is 'snake bird,' because it frequently swims with just its head above water, looking like a snake. Anhingas also soar on thermals like hawks in midday.