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Northern Oriole 
With it's brilliant orange and black plumage, the Oriole's arrival is eagerly awaited by birders each spring migration.
Eastern Bluebird bird wood carving 
The Eastern Bluebird is a familiar and welcomed tenant of birdhouses in suburban yards, parks and golf courses.
Blue Jay 
A native North American bird, the boldly patterned Blue Jay is a familiar sight at bird feeders.
Northern Cardinal 
The brilliantly colored Northern Cardinal has the record for popularity as a state bird: in the United States it holds that title in seven states.
Mourning Dove 
Mourning Dove
Lilac Breasted Roller 
Lilac Breasted Roller
Ivory Billed Woodpecker 
Ivory Billed Woodpecker
Baby Carolina Wren  
Baby Carolina Wren
Belted Kingfisher 
Belted Kingfisher
Rose Breasted Grosbeak 
Rose Breasted Grosbeak
Downy Woodpecker 
Downy Woodpecker
Scarlet Tanager 
Scarlet Tanager
Ruby Throated Hummingbird 
Ruby Throated Hummingbird
Golden Crowned Kinglet 
The Golden-crowned Kinglet, Regulus satrapa, is a very small songbird.
Adults are olive-gray on the upperparts with white underparts, with thin bills and short tails.
Stellers Jay 
Stellers Jay - Tupelo and oil
Purple Finch 
Carmine Bee-eater 
Carmine Bee-eaters are carmine in color, except for its greenish blue head and throat, and the bold black mask-like stripe across their eyes. Their eyes are red and they have a black pointed decurved beak. Their central tail feathers are elongated. Their legs and feet are blackish brown. The sexes are similar in appearance. It is one of the largest species of Merops at 35cm (13.5 in.) long. Young birds lack the elongated central tail feathers and are pinkish brown on the mantle, chest to belly, and flanks.
Red Breasted Nuthatch 
Gila Woodpecker 
Mockingbird 


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