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Some examples of birds that live in North America are chickadees, ravens, bald eagles, blue herons, bluebirds and goldfinches. As of 2014, there are a total of 914 species of birds...

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Birds of North America is a comprehensive encyclopedia--save for the significant omission of Mexico, which is geographically part of North America--with ...

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A reference series on North American birds, with information and sample profiles.

By Laura Klappenbach , About.com GuideMarch 3, 2009 If you're a bird enthusiast, you may be interested in the Birds of North America Online website (that is, if you don't already know about it). For a modest subscription fee, you can gain access to a comprehensive onli... More »
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Anas americana: American Wigeon. Anas clypeata: Northern ... Anas rubripes: American Black Duck. Anas strepera: ... Botaurus lentiginosus: American Bittern.

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Classic Collection of North American Birds, or CCNAB, is an all purpose bird website with information and images on over 1000 bird species, targeting mostly  ...

Guide to North American Birds | Audubon


Photo: Sandra and Frank Horvath/Great Backyard Bird Count ... All bird guide text and rangemaps adapted from Lives of North American Birds by Kenn Kaufman ...

Birds of North America: A Guide To Field Identification (Golden Field ...


Birds of North America: A Guide To Field Identification (Golden Field Guide f/St. Martin's Press) [Chandler S. Robbins, Bertel Bruun, Herbert S. Zim, Arthur ...

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Q: Which Birds in North America Migrate?
A: Seed-eating birds can easily find nourishment in winter, while insect eaters like the swallow must migrate to survive. As a result, the Mississippi Flyway and o... Read More »
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Q: Night Birds of North America.
A: A number of North American birds are more active at night than during the day - that is, they’re nocturnal. Nocturnality allows birds to avoid certain diurnal, ... Read More »
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Q: What is the largest bird in north America?
A: TURKEY. Read More »
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Q: What is the smallest bird in North America.
A: the crane. Read More »
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Q: What is the loudest bird in North America.
A: The Whooping Crane-its call can be heard from about 5 km away. Read More »
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