The colour is orange!
American Robins are on the move, and flocks of these birds are a vivid display of orange and black. Individuals, like this male, are stunning as they pose amongst the muted earthy tones of the last remaining dried autumn leaves.
In contrast to the less colourful females...
Orange seemed to be a really common colour during today's birding... female Eastern Bluebird (the male was not in the mood to pose!)
And then the waterbrids were not to be outdone, with this Slavonian (Horned) Grebe well advanced into summer plumage...
... and the Double-crested Cormorant already exhibiting full breeding colours.
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