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Bird Species seen at Trilogy


GREBES

CORMORANTS

HERONS, BITTERNS AND EGRETS

DUCKS, GEESE AND SWAN

VULTURES, HAWKS, KITES AND EAGLES

FALCONS AND CARACARA

PARTRIDGES, GROUSE AND TURKEYS

NEW WORLD QUAIL

RAILS, GALLINULES AND COOTS

PLOVERS AND LAPWINGS

SANDPIPERS AND PHALAROPE

SKUAS, GULLS, TERNS AND SKIMMERS

PIGEONS AND DOVES

OWLS

NIGHTHAWKS AND NIGHTJARS

SWIFTS

HUMMINGBIRDS

KINGFISHERS

WOODPECKERS

TYRANT FLYCATCHERS

VIREOS

CROWS, JAYS AND MAGPIES

SWALLOWS

CHICKADEES AND TITMICE

BUSHTITS

CREEPERS AND NUTHATCHES

WRENS

KINGLETS

THRUSHES AND ROBINS

STARLINGS

WAXWINGS

WOOD-WARBLERS

TANAGERS

TOWHEES, SPARROWS, LONGSPURS AND EMBERIZA BUNTINGS

CARDINALS,GROSBEAKS AND PASSERINA BUNTINGS

BLACKBIRDS AND ORIOLES

FINCHES

OLD WORLD SPARROWS

7 Responses to Home

  1. Joyce Meyer and Mike West says:

    March 19, 2014. Saw the first of the season female Rufous Hummingbird this morning. The first male arrived March 8 and there at least 2 males now, at our 3 feeders. Anna’s Hummingbirds continue to be plentiful.

  2. Daphne Hyde says:

    Excellent job in getting these wonderful pictures of birds into their categories. We so enjoyed getting to recognize more species.
    Question: Why is the Evening Grosbeak listed under the category of finches, whereas the Black headed Grosbeak comes under the heading of Cardinals?
    Also we have seen male and female Brewer’s Blackbirds.
    Thanks again Daphne & David Hyde.

    • TrilogyBirder says:

      The organization of the list is taken from “Field Guide to the Birds of North America”, third edition, published by National Geographic.
      Where and when did you see the male and female Brewers Blackbirds? Thanks. Phil

  3. Mike Myers says:

    When we were in Africa there was a bird that in the morning sounded like it was saying “Work Harder” “Work Harder” and in the evening sounded like it was saying “Drink Lager” “Drink Lager”. At least that is what our guide told us.

    Does anyone know the name of that bird?

    • Joyce Meyer says:

      I suggest it is the Ring-necked Dove. And, yes, those are common mnemonics used for this bird’s call.

  4. frank sokol says:

    This was really great KUDOS Frank Sokol

  5. becky says:

    fun game! i had a really hard time knowing the difference between the red-eyed vireo and the warbling vireo (have only ever seen red-eyed once, and not a good look).
    i’m wondering if your bushtit might actually be a juv. american goldfinch?
    such wonderful photos, and it’s so great that you see all those birds right at trilogy!!
    thanks for the fun game!

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