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Common Bird Identification. Mr. Traeger NRM I & NRM II CP 2013. Perching Birds. Birds that prefer to perch on tree twigs and branches. Blue Jay. Eastern Bluebird. Baltimore Oriole. American Robin. Wood Thrush. Related to American Robin. Cardinal. Meadowlark. Female is smaller

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Common BirdIdentification

Mr. Traeger

NRM I & NRM II CP

2013


Perching Birds

  • Birds that prefer to perch on tree twigs and branches.


Blue Jay


Eastern Bluebird


Baltimore Oriole


American Robin


Wood Thrush

Related to American Robin.


Cardinal


Meadowlark

Female is smaller

than the male.


House Sparrow-Invasive Specie


Black-Capped Chickadee


House Wren


Tufted Titmouse.

Peter-peter-peter


Eastern Towhee

Song: Drink your teeeeee, towheee.


Red-Winged Blackbird - female

Red-Winged Blackbird - MALE


European Starling

Invasive specie.


Common Grackle


American Crow


Game Birds

Birds that are typically hunted through out their range.


Mourning Dove

Migratory bird and may be hunted.


Timber Doodle


Bobwhite Quail

Song: Whistled

Bob-white!


RuffedGrouse

PA State Bird


Ring-Necked Pheasant

Introduced from Asia.


Wild Turkey


Mallard


Wood Duck


Canada Goose


Birds of Prey

Birds that are second and tertiary level feeders.


Kestrel


Osprey


Red-tailed Hawk


Bald Eagle


Screech Owl


Barred Owl

Song: Who-cooks-for-you.


Barn Owl


Great-Horned Owl

Song: hoo hoohoo hoo hoo hoooo hoooo.


Wading Birds

Feed upon fish, insects and amphibians.


Great Blue Heron


Great Egret


Woodpeckers

Insect eaters.


Northern Flicker


Yellow-bellied Sapsucker


Downy Woodpecker


Hairy Woodpecker


Red Headed Woodpecker


Red-bellied Woodpecker


Pileated Woodpecker


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