The Coulee Region Audubon Society
History Location Membership Officers E-mail

Next Meeting

Outings

Christmas Bird Count

Birds

Links and Events

Home

Coulee Region Audubon Society Bird Quiz

You hear a distant bird song that seems to be coming from the line of trees at the other side of the field. Each short, unmusical phrase is repeated once. It sounds like he's saying "Look at me, look at me...up here, up here...in the tree, in the tree...to the left, to the left...no-no, no-no...now you got it, now you got it...focus, focus". Following his instructions, you are able to see that he is robin-sized or bigger, rusty-brown above, whitish with brown streaks below, and he has a long rusty-brown tail. What kind of bird is it?
Wood Thrush
Brown Thrasher
Eastern Towhee
Yellow-billed Cuckoo
 
Back to the Bird Quiz Page