Oversion

oddbird

 

oddbird portrait

oddbird portrait

oddbirdone

the odd bird a downsview station today and yesterday, singing

the odd bird a downsview station today and yesterday, singing

oddbird, and planeoddbird poemoddbird's odd treeoddbird effete poseodd little orange bird

what is odd about this bird is that it is a more northern bird and that it has been residing this week in the row of pine on the west side of downsview station - along with others of course - but this one always in that tree

what is odd about this bird is that it is a more northern bird and that it has been residing this week in the row of pine on the west side of downsview station - along with others of course - but this one always in that tree

odd butterfly moth

odd butterfly moth

 

odd butterfly moth in the violent pink and white flowers on the hill

odd butterfly moth in the violent pink and white flowers on the hill

oddbird bowoddbird's odd tree

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2 Comments »

  1. i agree, that could be a red house finch, though the grey markings and dark around the eyes leads me to suspect it is more likely a pine grosbeak, which are more common in this region as well.they are also members of the finch family, and pretty similar looking to the house finch. here are some excellent photos of some for you to decide.

    Comment by pensum — June 30, 2009 @ 1:05 pm

  2. so we are back to the grosbeak theory!
    it’s a dear little bird anyway, and good your link
    shows the female which from afar
    is like a sparrow dressed for the academy awards.
    …most in your link were in michigan
    and ive got this huge canusa vibe lately
    canusa can usa the windsor detroit world
    and that bit of ontario mirroring the michigan side

    Comment by oversion — July 1, 2009 @ 1:48 am


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