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Ruffed Grouse photos and videos, All About Birds, Cornell Lab of Ornithology

The dappled, grayish or reddish Ruffed Grouse is hard to see, but its “drumming on air” display is a fixture of many spring forests. It can come as a surprise to learn this distant sound, like an engine trying to start, comes from a bird at all. This plump grouse has a cocky crest and a tail marked by a broad, dark band near the tip. Displaying males expose a rich black ruff of neck feathers, giving them their name.

Ornithology Bird Illustrations by Black Bird Foundry on Creative Market

Ornithology offers you a beautifull and unique set of vintage vectors featuring some incredible birds for a special introductory offer of only $ 20 The 90 birds are as eclectic as ostriches, owls, ducks, eagles, puffins, seagulls, fowls, swifts, parrots, crows and many more. Vectored for easy editing, this is a must have for any collection.

Ferruginous Hawk Identification, All About Birds, Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Found in prairies, deserts, and open range of the West, the regal Ferruginous Hawk hunts from a lone tree, rock outcrop, or from high in the sky. This largest of North American hawks really is regal—its species name is regalis—with a unique gray head, rich, rusty (ferruginous) shoulders and legs, and gleaming white underparts. A rarer dark-morph is reddish-chocolate in color. Ferruginous Hawks eat a diet of small mammals, sometimes standing above prairie dog or ground squirrel burrows to…

Illustrated by Bill Reynolds, the common bird species that are featured on this beautiful 20″ x 30″ poster are an excellent identification reference. Use the interactive site to explore the song of each bird featured.

Illustrated by Bill Reynolds, the common bird species that are featured on this beautiful 20″ x 30″ poster are an excellent identification reference. Use the interactive site to explore the song of each bird featured.

Photos and Videos for Common Nighthawk, All About Birds, Cornell Lab of Ornithology

On warm summer evenings, Common Nighthawks roam the skies over treetops, grasslands, and cities. Their sharp, electric peent call is often the first clue they’re overhead. In the dim half-light, these long-winged birds fly in graceful loops, flashing white patches out past the bend of each wing as they chase insects. These fairly common but declining birds make no nest. Their young are so well camouflaged that they’re hard to find, and even the adults seem to vanish as soon as they land.

Similar Species to Black-throated Blue Warbler, All About Birds, Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Similar looking birds to Black-throated Blue Warbler: Orange-crowned Warbler Adult, Tennessee Warbler Nonbreeding/immature, American Redstart Female, Pine Warbler Adult female, Common Yellowthroat Female

Wren Species In Arkansas ~ 1. House wren (migration, nonbreeding), 2. winter wren (nonbreeding), 3. Bewick's wren (in western Arkansas : nonbreeding, year-round), 4. Carolina wren (year-round), 5. sedge wren (migration), & 6. marsh wren (migration) #ornithology #bird_watching

Wren Species In Arkansas ~ 1. House wren (migration, nonbreeding), 2. winter wren (nonbreeding), 3. Bewick's wren (in western Arkansas : nonbreeding, year-round), 4. Carolina wren (year-round), 5. sedge wren (migration), & 6. marsh wren (migration) #ornithology #bird_watching

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