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Golden-Crowned Sparrow Report Abuse
Alaskan gold miners along the trails called this bird Weary Willie, because of its call which sounded like I'm so weary.
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Cedar Waxwing Report Abuse
The calls of these birds include very high-pitched whistles and buzzy trills often represented as see or sree.
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Downy Woodpecker Report Abuse
Downy Woodpeckers forage on trees, picking the bark surface in summer and digging deeper in winter.
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American Goldfinch Report Abuse
The song of the American Goldfinch is a series of musical warbles and twitters.
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Tufted Titmouse Report Abuse
They forage actively on branches, sometimes on the ground, mainly eating insects, especially caterpillars, but also seeds, nuts and berries.
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Penguins Report Abuse
These were not restricted to Antarctic regions; on the contrary.
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Indigo Bunting Report Abuse
The diet of the Indigo Bunting consists primarily of insects during the summer months and seeds during the winter months.
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Wood Duck Report Abuse
The birds are year-round residents in parts of its southern range, but the northern populations migrate south for the winter.
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Barn Owl Report Abuse
Contrary to popular belief, it does not hoot.
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Black-Capped Chickadee Report Abuse
On cold winter nights, these birds reduce their body temperature by up to 10-12 °C.
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Great Horned Owl Report Abuse
Great Horned Owls range in length from 18-27 inches.
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Bald Eagle Report Abuse
The U.S. national bird.
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White-Breasted Nuthatch Report Abuse
Nuthatch taxonomy is complex, with geographically separated species sometimes closely resembling each other.
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Snowy Owl Report Abuse
Snowy Owl calls are varied, but the alarm call is a barking, almost quacking krek-krek.
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Gyrfalcon Report Abuse
This species is a very large falcon.
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Santa Marta Brush-Finch Report Abuse
Its natural habitat are subtropical or tropical moist montanes and heavily degraded former forest.
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Velvet-Purple Coronet Report Abuse
Its highly iridescent plumage is striking.
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Blue Jay Report Abuse
One of the prettiest
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Cardinal Report Abuse
Very popular in culture.
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Peregrine Falcon Report Abuse
Its diet consists almost exclusively of medium-sized birds.
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