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Bird Encyclopedia - G

Guest Author - Lisa Shea

Goldfinches and grey catbirds are two well known birds that begin with the letter G.

Goldfinch Photos and Information
For many, the bright yellow goldfinch is a herald of spring. The males are a golden yellow during mating season, while the females are a duller yellow-brown color.

Gray Catbird
The Gray Catbird is pretty easy to identify - there arenīt many solid gray birds out there! It has a black cap and tail.

Great Black-Backed Gull
Here are a few photos of the Great Black-Backed Gull. This is the largest of the gulls and has very dark wings, plus pale legs and a red spot on its beak. Juvenile birds are brown and white.

Great Blue Heron
The Great Blue Heron is found all over the north American continent. It enjoys streams, rivers and ponds. It enjoys fishing at dusk and dawn.

Great White Heron
The Great White Heron is the white morph of the Great Blue Heron. It is only found in southern Florida.

Greater Roadrunner
The roadrunner is the state bird of New Mexico. Famous to millions for its clever escapes from the Wiley Coyote, the bird is actually rather quick.
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