Ornithology Lab Practical 1 cont'd

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Ornithology Lab Practical 1 cont'd
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    • Herring Gull
    • pink legs
    • winter
    • Short-eared Owl
    • ecological counterpart of Northern Harrier
    • crepuscular/nocturnal
    • nests and roots on ground
    • winter resident
  1. y
    • Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
    • sap wells good indication of presences
    • VERTICAL white wing patch
  2. Loggerhead Shrike
  3. Horned Lark
    • Red-breasted nuthatch
    • smaller than white-breasted
    • irruptive speciesĀ  (abundant some winters)
    • spirals up tree trunks
    • insectivore
    • nests in crevices behind peeling bark
    • winter bird
    • Golden Crowned Kinglet
    • tiny
    • active
    • winter bird
    • Ruby Crowned Kinglet
    • winter bird
    • white eye ring
    • American Pipit
    • similar to Horned Lark
    • open landscapes
    • bobs tail
    • winter
    • Cedar Waxwing
    • winter resident
    • fruit eaters (love red cedar)
    • usually in flocks
  4. Yellow-rumped Warbler
    • switches diet from insects in summer to fruits in winter
    • boreal forest breeder
    • eastern redcedar
    • Spotted Towhee
    • winter resident
    • chocolate female
    • Savannah Sparrow
    • Yellow lores
    • most abundant sparrow of winter grasslands
    • short tail
    • Fox Sparrow
    • brushy, weedy areas
    • Song Sparrow
    • streaks come together in a spot
    • winter resident
    • White-throated Sparrow
    • yellow lores
    • Harris's Sparrow
    • likes weedy, brushy areas
    • artic breeder
    • LIMITED WINTER DISTRIBUTION
    • White-crowned Sparrow
    • weedy areas and forest edge
    • winter resident
    • Smith's Longspur
    • almost always on ground in flock
    • nests on artic tundra and forest edge
    • LIMITED winter distribution
    • Brewer's Blackbird
    • Male with light eye
    • Female chocolate-gray brown with dark eye.
    • Dense flocks usually near cattle.
    • Pine Siskin
    • almost always with goldfinches
    • American Goldfinch
    • delay breeding until mid summer
    • yellow in summer

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