Wednesday, May 13, 2009

image: Clark's Nutcracker

August 22, 1805

The Clark's nutcracker is pigeon-size, with flashing black, white, and gray patterns. The bird has a light gray, with dark eye and long, sharply pointed bill. The clark nutcracker's wings are probably the coolest thing about this animal. The Black wing are large white wing patch at trailing edge and a black tail with white outer tail feathers. The face of this bird is white from forehead to chin and it belly is white. 

1 comment:

  1. So glad to have found this image! I just had a feathered visitor on my deck and didn't know what kind of bird it was. So I did a quick "Google" search and found your picture and post. Thanks. God bless.