Here I also saw my first mountain bluebird, whose back and breast are wholly blue, there being no rufous at all in his plumage.
Does rufous travel from one tree to another, or does he live in just one tree?
It is distinguished by the wing coverts being spotted with rufous and black.
The upper part of the head, neck, and between the wings, rufous.
She deposits five to eight eggs of a white or creamy-white ground-color, speckled with rufous and lavender.
The nests of the White-shafted and rufous Fantails are things of beauty.
Nuthatches are those blue-backed, white or rufous breasted little climbers who spend their lives defying the law of gravity.
He took it for P. thoracica, from which it differs in its rufous rump.
The rufous abdomen serves to differentiate the rufous-bellied from the Western Himalayan species.
The primary and secondary quill feathers are yellowish, with a tinge of rufous.
rufous ru·fous (rōō'fəs)
Strong yellowish, pink to moderate orange; reddish.