Bobolink

Over time, more and more of us realized the importance of seeing some of the most beautiful birds from the planet. Bobolink is one of them, especially being hard to see and harder to catch. Apparently, there’s no doubt any of us would have instantly a better day after seeing it – it’s contagious to see such happiness and not getting it right away!

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Western Meadowlark

From time to time, more and more of us realize how important it is to keep an eye on the birds as well. Who did not at least once in their lives smiled when they saw a bird flying over their heads? There’s not a person not to have done that, so having a minimum knowledge over the Western Meadowlark is a must!

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Baltimore Oriole

Nowadays, keeping your eyes on the things that bring you pleasure is surely one thing that is ought to be taken into account and followed as expected. The Baltimore Oriole is a delight for the human brain and ear, due to its beautiful appearance and singing. Stick with us and keep reading to find more about it!

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The Common Grackle

Nowadays, knowing something more than the common about everything is a must especially if we are talking about enriching you knowledge. Nothing wrong in it, so a few characteristics of the Common Grackle we use to see from time to time is surely something in hand for any of us. Stick with us and keep reading to get a better understanding of it!

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Red-tailed Hawk

Red-tailed Hawk or “Buteo jamaicensis”, is part of the three “chickenhawk” species and it is famous for being a rare bird in the United States of America. It is considered a bird of prey and can be found particularly in North America. Even though they can be seen in different types of beings, there are fourteen types that have been acknowledged by scientists.

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Conure

The generic term used in aviculture for all the species of parrots from small to medium size in America is conure which translated literally means “conic tail”; this term has started to be used in journals with bird specific but the American Ornithologists’ Union uses the term “parakeet” instead. Most species of conure live in flocks of 20 or more birds and they are considered agricultural pests since they raid corn crops. Here are some information’s about the conure species

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Peacock

Once, these beautiful birds lived only in India and Sri Lanka, but the beauty of the peacock’s plumage fame passed many other countries borders. And thanks to its splendid feathers, the peacock was introduced – as a semi captive bird – in almost all areas of the world, now populating parks and zoos in many regions. But this “domestication” began thousands of years ago; there is historical evidence that recall the peacocks that delighted the ancient Egyptians, the Romans or

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Bluebird

Being part of the thrush family (Turdidae) the Bluebird is divided in three species: the Eastern Bluebird – Sialia sialis, Western Bluebird – Sialia mexicana and Mountain Bluebird – Sialia currucoides. Description Weight 2 to 5 ounces Height 15 cm (5.9 in) to 18 cm (7.1 in). Color The male is always bigger and brighter colored then the female regardless to which of the tree species we mentioned earlier he is part of. The predominant color in males is blue

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Finches

Part of the Fringilliade family, finches are migratory birds, that are widely spread in delta areas and in mountain areas even at altitudes of 1500 meters. They are small birds of only 14-18 cm height. Finches are found both throughout Europe and in Africa and Asia, and they occupy very large areas. The difference between the sexes is characterized by the reddish color of the males, goiter and chest, the sides of their bodies are brown. The female finches have

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American Crow

A large bird species the American Crow scientifically called (Corvus brachyrhynchos) is part of the Corvidae family. It is more or less the only bird in the South of the Artic in North America and inhabitants of this regions simply call it “the crow”. From the Corvid family we can recall different types of birds like the following species: the Fish Crow (C. ossifragus), the Common Raven (C. corax) Being adaptable they become widespread and since the American Crows are

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