Still, knowing which ducks have light bellies and white underwings
can be important, because you are often looking at the undersides of incoming ducks.
STAGE FRIGHT: Martin Fraser was playing with his band Underwings
And in a grouping near the patch's center are three underwings
She kindles to a new kind of bird: while the eastern flicker is a yellow-shafted race, the western, her first spotting, is red-shafted--"the wonder of their underwings
Their white underwings
and white feathers on the outside of their tails are striking.
It has a dark brown body and only sprinkles of white on the underwings
Ironically, the underwings
merely give the impression of being green.
You'll see a graceful bird gliding by with its kite-shaped wings and orange underwings
. Last spring was my first time seeing a male Common Redstart, a small bird that is barely noticeable if it weren't for its bright orange underparts and black throat.
Juveniles lack the distinguishing white feathers of the adults, but are brown with varying degrees of white spots on their body, tail and underwings
. Individuals reach maturity and develop the adult plumage at about five years old.
A fine August thorn with its orangey wings held upwards, and many yellow underwings
, of three species, came a-visiting.
In flight they show a grey rump and white underwings
and flocks can be recognised by their "chack-chack-chack" calls.
Eyed hawkmoth, lesser swallow prominent, hebrew character, riband waves, miller and scores of large yellow underwings
were drawn in to the light.