(Entry #7) You may disagree that their beaks are yellow. I do myself. But anyway, there's a little yellow, so it's yellow-billed. Their scientific name is Coccyzus americanus.
They are a brown color, with a yellow beak tipped with black. Their tail is mostly the same color; they are white on the underside, and the inside of their wings is red. They are not sexually dimorphic, as far as I know.
They are more common than I once thought. They are, as Emily has reported, curious, and like to watch you. Or so she says. They are elusive, and wood-oriented like the thrushes. Kind of like a spy, in Emily's words.
Their diet seems mostly to be caterpillars. They have long beaks, which I shall note.
They are not hard to tell apart from other birds; they are pretty large and distinctive.
This is not as informative as I had hoped it would be. Now, they make a sound similar to cuckoo, but repeated over and over again in rapid succession. It is supposed to be different from the other type of cuckoo. And otherwise I know nothing else.
I like observing animals, especially birds. I also take care of the goats. I like goats.
My assistant photographer! She also takes care of African geese.
Another assistant photographer! She takes care of the rabbits, and the hutch is teeming with crawly things.