This yellow bird stopped by on our small feeder today. The pictures are not great - sorry. We think it's a juvenile, possibly wagtail or yellowhammer although we think it might be early in the year. Any ideas? Thanks
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In reply to HAZY:
You're welcome Carl, hopefully it was just this Arctic chill passing through that made it fluff its feathers up to keep warm. However, if it does look unwell next time you see it you can check THIS WEBSITE for some indicators of the Trichomonosis as it gives good info.
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