Learn to Identify Birds
To recognize what group a bird belongs to, you need to consider several aspects of its appearance: general shape and size, color, and behavior. You need to also keep in mind the list of birds most likely to be seen in your location and time of year.
Bird eggs are laid by the females and incubated for a time that varies according
to the species; ... eggs have very different markings, making it easier for females
to identify their own eggs on the...
Identifying birds' nests can often be very tricky. Many bird species can build very
similar nests, thus making identification possible only if you see the adult.
I live in the United States and am only able to identify birds, eggs and nests of
North American species. PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW FOR
May 6, 2015 ... Use our guide to help you identify 12 eggs you're most likely to find in your ...
Taking eggs is (except for some 'pest' species) illegal under the ...
With a little detective work, you can determine whose nest or eggs you found. ...
Female birds can be hard to identify, so if you're not sure what species it is, write
Jun 11, 2016 ... Also see Nest ID Matrix (contents) and Egg ID Matrix (color, spots, etc.) ... Other
birds will enter a box being used by another species: e.g., House ...
NestWatch accepts data on all North American breeding birds. However, you are
likely to encounter many of these species nesting in your backyards, ...
May 10, 2016 ... Found a bird eggshell or fragment when you're out and about? Use this guide to
find out which species lays which egg. From blue eggs to ...
Although the house sparrow is the most numerous and widest-ranging bird with
brown spots on its eggs, many other species also have similar egg coloration.