Birds by Species
These articles about birds are organized by the type of bird. Enjoy!
American Robin - Bird of December
Some information on the American Robin - one of the most recognizable birds in North America.
Are You There, Red-Winged Blackbirds?
If the red-wings are here, the end of winter must be near. I hope.
Nothing says its springtime more than the return of the beautiful bluebird. With its beautiful song, this bird signals that spring is here!
While the Cuckoo bird gets others to raise its young by stealthily placing its eggs in other nests, the Cowbird is another bird that adopts a similar strategy.
Cuckoo in the Nest
How come birds are so much better at spotting the cuckoo in the nest? It has a lot to do with the fact that birds see ultraviolet light. These are well outside our visual range.
Canada Geese should become wedding birds, because they mate for life
Hummingbirds are many birders´ favorite birds. They´re tiny and cute, have little wings that beat at an amazing speed, can hover, fly backwards, and love nectar. Hikers can often hang little nectar feeders at campsites and have flying companions to keep them company.
Redheads On A Golden Pond
Autumn migration has begun all over the world. This North American bird is known by its beautiful color and for its dependable seasonal regularity.
Seagulls are fun sea birds!
Sharp-shinned Hawk and Grackle Grapple
This was a case of the little guy picking on the big guy. Who won?
Waterfowl of Winter Birding Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Birding Site Map
Description of the wonderful waterfowl that can be seen in the winter time.
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