Great Northern Crested Morrisbird
Common Name: Sara
photo by Smokey da Bear
This species displays an odd featherless appearance.
Nevertheless, it can be recognized as Aves by its habitual tendency
to flock with other bird species, and by its uncannily accurate bird
regions of North America. Frequent migrant from
the Niagara region to
coastal islands of Maine. But also appears
inexplicitably in the
Diet is food.
Mimics Blue Footed
Booby mating ritual once per year. Characterized by
lifelong devotion to single nestling. Offspring is
reputedly as cute as the
QUACK, CHIRP, TWEET.
Where to see them in WNY
Characteristically moves fast, so
observations are intermittent. Hallway observations are only a
fleeting blur. Best opportunity for sighting is when
books in the natural history section of university libraries.
Nests on Grand Island.