[Tweeters] Re: Red under wings
lamoustique at yahoo.com
Sat May 2 15:32:36 PDT 2015
Perhaps you saw a male red-breasted grosbeak. In certain lights they might appear to be completely black on top, but they are fairly red under the wings. How orange it looks might be a result of the way light is hitting it.
| What small black bird has orange under its wings? The web comes up with red wing blackbird but it's orange under, not on wings.
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