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Birds common to Ohio

Category: Bird Brain Blog | Posted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 3:45 pm

This listing does not included water fowl, except for geese.

Coopers Hawk



Male Downey Woodpecker



Eastern Towhee



Flicker



Canada Geese



Common Grackle



Mourning Dove



House Finch



European Starling



Titmouse



Red Bellied Woodpecker



Killdeer



Northern Cardinal



Red Winged Blackbird



American Wild Turkey



Turkey Vulture




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Comments

 

eileen wrote on Mon Oct 18, 2010 4:14 pm:


So many wonderful birds in Ohio!! The only one that we get here in Scotland is the European Starling. I do love to see the birds that are common in other countries.




 

Netty wrote on Mon Oct 18, 2010 11:00 pm:


Great shots Capt! I think I get all of those birds here too. I'm not too sure about the Towhee, though.




 

Frank wrote on Tue Oct 19, 2010 5:01 am:


Some are very different to common European birds. Thanks Capt.




 

Capt Kirk wrote on Tue Oct 19, 2010 6:07 pm:


I got those pics off of an Ohio bird watching site. The only one that I have not seen is the Towee. We do get some other ones once in a while. Such as the Baltimore Oriol, the eastern flycather and a few others.One that was not listed but I have seen a lot of are catbirds and cowbirds.Catbirds make a mewing sound and sounds just like a cat. The cowbird is lazy, it lays it's eggs in other birds nest and lets the other birds hatch and raise their young.





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