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Birds common to Ohio
This listing does not included water fowl, except for geese.
Male Downey Woodpecker
Red Bellied Woodpecker
Red Winged Blackbird
American Wild Turkey
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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.
Great shots Capt! I think I get all of those birds here too. I'm not too sure about the Towhee, though.
Some are very different to common European birds. Thanks Capt.
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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