It has a square, medium-length tail and long pointed wings. White overall with shaggy crest, blue-green lores, orange-yellow bill, and black legs with yellow feet. Tail is square. The head is round and lacks tufts, eyes are yellow, and the bill is black. White-tailed Tropicbird: This large white bird has a long black bar on upperwing coverts and outer primaries, black loral mask which extends through and past the eye, yellow-orange bill, white tail streamers, yellow legs and feet and black webbed toes. The bill is dark red. The tail and rump show rust-brown in flight. Bill, legs, feet are black. Rose-breasted Grosbeak: Large finch, black head, back, bright red breast, and white rump, sides, belly. Feeds on small fish and squid. Alternates between strong, slow wing beats and short glides. Gray legs, feet. Tail is black with white outer tail feathers. The wings are short with white spotted black tips. Throat and breast band are black. Sexes similar. Wings are dark with large white patches. A dark gray M-pattern is visible across the upperwings and back in flight. Webbing between toes is yellow. Head is glossy green-black; neck has black-and-white rings. Black-throated Gray Warbler: Small warbler, black-marked, slate-gray upperparts, black streaks on flanks, white underparts. She also has white streaks down the middle of her head, over her eyes and on her cheeks. Black-backed Woodpecker: Small woodpecker with black back, black wings with white spots on flight feathers, barred flanks, white underparts. Sexes similar. Legs and feet are pink-brown. Feeds on fish and squid. It has blue-gray upperparts, white underparts and gray legs and feet. Reed Bunting: Medium-sized finch with dark-streaked brown upperparts and faintly streaked, white underparts. Large grouse, mottled gray-brown overall with white breast, black face, chin, throat, bib and belly. Swift direct flight often with erratic side-to-side turns of body. Bill, legs and feet are black. Wings bend back at the wrist, have a dark M pattern across upperwings and lower back. It catches fish by wading and diving. Forages on ground, usually in open fields. Legs and feet are blue-gray. Manx Shearwater: Small shearwater with brown-black upperparts and white underparts, underwings and undertail coverts. Legs and feet are gray. Tail is dark with rust-brown base. Cap is purple-blue; throat is white and lacks gorget feathers. Graceful, bouyant flight with rapid, shallow wing beats. Legs and feet are pink. Snow Bunting: Medium-sized, strikingly white sparrow with black back, central tail, and wing tips. Baird's Sparrow: Small sparrow with pale-streaked, rich dark brown upperparts, white underparts, and dark streaks on upper breast and flanks. Yellow legs, feet. Loggerhead Kingbird: Large flycatcher, olive-brown upperparts, dark head with inconspicuous yellow crown patch, white underparts, and pale yellow wash on lower belly. Feeds on small crustaceans and fish. Yellow-tipped throat feathers may be present. Dark patches on either side of upper breast (partial breast band), behind eye, and on white forehead. North America's only all-white owl. It feeds on aquatic plant seeds, and insects, larvae and snails. Head and neck are white, and dark brown eye-stripe is conspicuous. Ancient Murrelet: Small, pelagic seabird with black head and dark gray back and wings. To attract goldfinches, hang a tube feeder filled with nyjer seeds. Female is brighter; paler crown and grayer upperparts. It feeds mostly on terrestrial and aquatic insects. The wings are gray above, tipped black with white spots, and white below; yellow legs and feet. Light buff-yellow wash on crown of head extending down nape may be visible. Bumblebee Hummingbird: One of the smallest hummingbirds at 2.75 inches with green upperparts, sides, and white underparts. Flies in straight line or V formation. Gray tail, pale uppertail coverts. Wings are brown-black with white edges; tail is brown-black with buff-edged tip. The smallest North American swallow. It forages unlike any other warbler by moving up and down the trunks of trees and crawling under and over branches in a style similar to that of a nuthatch. Yellow-billed Cuckoo: Medium cuckoo, gray-brown upperparts and white underparts. The tail is forked, and the bill and feet are yellow. Non-breeding adult lacks hood, black mark behind eye, and black tip on bill. The sexes are similar, but the males are usually larger than females, with a larger bill, head and tarsi. Juvenile white morph has some gray in plumage. Legs and feet are gray. Black-crowned Night-Heron: This is a medium-sized, stocky heron with short neck and legs, black upperparts, gray wings and white to pale gray underparts. Balsas Screech-Owl: Small but hefty owl with mottled brown-gray upperparts, some white markings in wings, fine streaks and barring on underparts.