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Can You Identify These Yellow Birds?
By Kyle Carlsen
Assistant Editor | Bird Watcher's Digest
No matter where in North America you live, you can find good places to watch birds without venturing too far from home. Now is an especially good time to be out, as many birds are migrating from wintering grounds to breeding areas, meaning a greater variety of species are possible in any given place. When you encounter a new or unusual bird, one of the first things you probably notice is the bird's overall color. Sometimes that color is gray or brown, and sometimes that color is brilliant red, blue, or yellow. We've selected a handful of mostly yellow birds to test your identification skills. Are you up to the challenge?
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