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    Abyssinian Ground Hornbill

    Overview Hornbill is a common name for any member of a family of birds found in Africa and...

    Alder Flycatcher

    The Alder Flycatcher belongs to the Genus Empidonax or Empids. Eleven of the 14 species of Empids breed in North America. Appearance

    Amazon Parrots

    Amazons are the most popular of the larger pet birds. They are usually very friendly and loving, especially if purchased young. Older...

    American Bittern

    Overview One of the most distinctive and graceful bird families, the Ardeidae played a major role in the...

    American Coot (Fulica americana)

    Distribution & Habitat About 10 species of coots are found worldwide, with the most varieties in South America. They often...

    American Goldfinch

    Overview The American Goldfinch (Carduelis tristis) male is bright yellow, with a black forehead, wings and tail. The...

    American Kestrel (Falco sparverius)

    Overview America's smallest falcon, the kestrel is also the most familiar and widespread in North America. In the...

    American Redstart

    The American Redstart (Setophaga ruticilla), one of the most abundant birds in North America, is a member of the warbler family. It...

    American Robin

    The American Robin (Turdus migratorius) is a member of the thrush family and one of the most neighborly of birds.

    American Wigeon

    While most dabbling ducks are denizens of the shallows, American Wigeons (Anas americana) spend much of their time in flocks grazing on...

    American Woodcock (Scolopax minor)

    People fortunate enough to live near woodcock breeding grounds may see these birds perform their courtship fight in early spring each year....

    Anhinga

    Overview The Anhinga (Anhinga anhinga) is a blackish bird of southern swamps with a very long, slender neck and long...