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My birds. By: Joan Period:1. Blue Jay. Medium size bird found in wooded areas throughout most of North America. Blue Jays actually derive only a small percentage of their annual food needs from these sources. Its diet is mostly vegetarian, including especially acorns, beech nuts, and seeds

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by joan period 1

My birds

By: Joan

Period:1

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Blue Jay

  • Medium size bird found in wooded areas throughout most of North America.
  • Blue Jays actually derive only a small percentage of their annual food needs from these sources.
  • Its diet is mostly vegetarian, including especially acorns, beech nuts, and seeds
  • http://www.mbr-pwrc.usgs.gov/id/framlst/i4770id.html
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Black-Crowned Night Heron

  • Adults are 64 cm long and weigh 800g.
  • They have a black crowned and the black with the remainder of the body white or grey.
  • They have red eyes and short yellow legs
  • http://www.mbr-pwrc.usgs.gov/Infocenter/i2020id.html
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Common Merganser

  • Males and females are easily distinguished since the male merganser has a dark green head.
  • Females has a reddish brown head.
  • The common merganser is 70 cm long with a 78-94 cm wingspan.
  • http://www.mbr-pwrc.usgs.gov/Infocenter/i1290id.html
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Northern Mockingbird

  • The length is 9 inches, they have white under parts and slender bill.
  • They have a grey head and under parts, they all have yellow eyes.
  • Long black tail with white outer tail feathers.
  • http://www.mbr-pwrc.usgs.gov/Infocenter/i7030id.html
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Flamingos

  • They are 3-5 feet in height, they filter feed on shellfish and algae.
  • Because flamingos have long legs, they can wade into much deeper water than most other birds. Webbed feet support them on soft mud.
  • Flamingos are often seen in dense packs floating on the surface of the water.
  • http://homepage.mac.com/rstacy/%20images/pages/flamingos/2000/flamingos_082000F19.html
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Blue-winged teal

  • The adult male has a grayish blue head with a white facial crescent.
  • They have light brown body with a white patch near the rear and a black tail.
  • Small dabbling duck
  • http://www.mbr-pwrc.usgs.gov/Infocenter/i1400id.html
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Red Tail Hawk

  • They have large bodies and have brocia rounded wings and a red or rust colored tail.
  • The sexes are similar, The have the length of 18 inches long.
  • Dark palatial mark on under wing, present on all ages and races, is unique.
  • http://www.mbr-pwrc.usgs.gov/Infocenter/i3370id.html
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Great Horned Owl

  • They can grow to a height of over 18 inches and can reach a weight over 2 pounds.
  • Very large owl with prominent ear tufts and they have yellow eyes.
  • Pale gray form inhabits northern Canada with a white throat patch.
  • http://www.mbr-pwrc.usgs.gov/Infocenter/i3750id.html
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American white pelican

  • White and black body color and a bright orange bill.
  • Short orange legs and feet, the sexes are similar.
  • They fly with the neck tucked in.
  • http://www.mbr-pwrc.usgs.gov/id/framlst/i1250id.html
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Eastern brown pelican

  • They are large marine bird found mainly in North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana, and Florida.
  • They reach the weight of over 8 pounds and a length of over 4 feet.
  • The brown pelican has an 18-inch long bill and large throat pouch. Its head is white in front and dark brown behind, extending down the neck and back.
  • http://www.worldbirdingcenter.org/bird_info/images/brown_pelican390.jpg
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Wood pecker

  • Black with a white belly. They have red feathers on his head.
  • They are very energetic.
  • Woodpeckers gained their English name because of the habit of some species of tapping and pecking noisily on tree trunks with their beaks.
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Harry_woodpecker_on_house_20050108.jpg
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Sand hill crane

  • They are an all black bird that sounds like it says hello.
  • Length: 37 inches Wingspan: 80 inches.
  • Holds neck straight both at rest and in flight, not tucking it in like herons do.
  • http://www.mbr-pwrc.usgs.gov/id/framlst/i2060id.html
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