14 March 2014

Bea


Jasper

 

4 comments:

carol mullins said...

Perfect, Mod. Thank you so very much! My neighbor was unsure how to distinguish the two and now she will know.

birdgirl said...

Great pictures! It's easy from the front to tell which is Bea and which is Jasper. Once they're turned, I can't tell one from the other. However, I guess there are other marking that help identify each. Are these the first pictures of the season for each?

Vivian

carol mullins said...

I believe the coloring around the eyes are different. I may be wrong, however. Mod, we need your input.... AGAIN!

moderator said...

Both Bea and Jasper's eyes are yellow. Yellow in adults but orange-yellow in some males. Variable in juveniles and generally darker than in adults; described as "bright orange-red to dark brownish yellow”.