Thursday, November 17, 2011

My Unidentified Visitor..


came and stayed,


for at least an hour!!


I took these photo's through the glass at the office window.

A wonderful experience as this bird was only inches away
and was sort of interacting with me.

He knew, for sure, that I was there and never flew off till his belly was full!!

Does anyone know the name of this cutie??

22 comments:

  1. I can't offer an answer, Debbie but he is lovely! I can't wait to hear if someone can ID him for you. Great shots!

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  2. Sorry I don't know what kind he is but he is cute.
    How lovely that he just sat and posed for you - you are lucky.
    I would love to put birdseed and the like out but there are too many cats here.

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  3. I wonder if he can be found on this NJ bird website?

    http://www.new-jersey-birds.com/2010_06_27_archive.html

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  4. i love the little white throat, but the chaulkiness of the main plumage is puzzling. have never seen one like it.

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  5. I have no idea....but I DO like that he came to visit with you...FOR REAL:)))
    (Thank you for your address:)

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  6. I love his little feather tufts on his belly. He/she is a real charmer. Hugs! Bonnie

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  7. I must get a seed bell for outside my window! He's cute, but I have no idea what he is.

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  8. Haven't the foggiest, but he sure is cute isn't he? Beautiful pictures!!!

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  9. Hi Debbie...I love it...what a great opportunity, and fantastic photo's
    It reminds me somewhat of a female Pine Grosbeak that hasn't all its coloring yet, but it seems it's beak should be larger..but don't quote me...what to heck do I know ; } lol!!

    Grace

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  10. Oh my goodness, He is so cute. I would have stayed put also with all that free food. He must have also been day dreaming about being a super star with all the attention you were giving him.
    Thanks for sharing such amazing post daily. I look forward to all of your post.

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  11. I'm not going to be of any help either Debbie but he is a darling little bird. You've captured him beautifully.

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  12. Don't know who he is but he sure is cute. Terrific photos.

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  13. Hi Debbie, Your bird could be a young cowbird. Great photos.

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  14. I agree with the others: great pictures. It must have been thrilling that he was so close! (Wonder if he was thinking: "I wish I had my camera!"???)

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  15. The bill looks finchy to me, but other than that, I don't know either. Cute little friend to have at your feeder though. :)

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  16. What fun to watch this little "unknow" guy enjoy his breakfast. Great shots. Have a nice weekend. Mickie :)

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  17. ...bird whisperer...that's you! Love the muted colors - the browns, beige...and the soft background. Really pretty composition

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  18. She's a tuff one, My guess would be Brown Headed Cowbird, female. They have a distinct song. Very musical. Did she sing for you?

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  19. I was thinking cowbird also...juve.. that is the true embodies of the so called 'little brown jobs'...LBJ.....Michelle

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  20. These are fantastic captures, Debbie!

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  21. Perhaps a female brown headed cowbird?

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