Birdorable U.S.A.

There are over 10,000 living species of birds on our planet and more than 800 (8%) of them live in the United States of America. Here are twenty-five of our American Birdorable birds. Happy 4th of July to everyone in the United States!

Map of United States with Birdorable birds
1. Western Bluebird 2. American Robin 3. Dark-eyed Junco 4. Western Meadowlark 5. Black-capped Chickadee 6. Cedar Waxwing 7. Bald Eagle 8. Common Loon 9. Northern Cardinal 10. Tufted Titmouse 11. Cerulean Warbler 12. Red-tailed Hawk 13. Carolina Wren 14. Brown Pelican 15. Red-cockaded Woodpecker 16. Killdeer 17. Osprey 18. American Goldfinch 19. Painted Bunting 20. Green Jay 21. Vermilion Flycatcher 22. Ruby-throated Hummingbird 23. Harris Hawk 24. California Quail 25. California Condor


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