Here you can see the right flank of the Ensley bird. There are some nice touches of rich chestnut but they are widely fringed with white. There is an alternate tertial that looks worn just over two basic tertials which I could not make out as old or still crinkled and fresh. On her back and sides there seemed to be some new basic feathers. This bird just don't know which way to go. Since it is feeding maybe the North wind will keep it around a few days.