None
all-purpose
cone
curved
dagger
hooked
hooked-seabird
long billed
needle
spatulate
specialized
thick billed
None
apple-slices
berries
blossoms
bread-products
buds
canary-seed
canned-peas
commercial-instant-nectars
commercial-mixed-bird-seed
cracked-corn
currants
Fish
flowers
fruit
jelly
meal-worms
millet
milo
nut-meal
nut-meats
nut-pieces
nuts
orange-halves
peanut-butter
peanut-kernels
peanuts
raisins
safflower
seeds
suet
sugar
sugar-water
sunflower
sunflower-seed
sunflower-seeds-hulled
thistle
None
alabama
alaska
alberta
aleutians
arizona
arkansas
atlanticcoast
Australasia
australia
baja california
british columbia
california
caribbean
colorado
connecticut
cuba
delaware
district of columbia
florida
georgia
greenland
gulf coast
hawaii
hawaii endemic
idaho
illinois
india
indiana
iowa
kansas
kentucky
labrador
louisiana
maine
manitoba
maryland
massachusetts
mexico
michigan
minnesota
mississippi
missouri
montana
nebraska
nevada
new brunswick
new foundland
new hampshire
new jersey
new mexico
new york
new zealand
north atlantic coast
north carolina
north dakota
northwest territories
nova scotia
nunavut
ohio
oklahoma
ontario
oregon
pacific coast
pennsylvania
quebec
rhodeisland
saskatchewan
South America
south caribbean
south carolina
south dakota
tennessee
texas
utah
vermont
virginia
washington
west virginia
wisconsin
wyoming
yucatan
yukon
None
fan-shaped-tail
forked-tail
forked-tail
forked-tail
long tailed
notched-tail
pointed-tail
rounded-tail
squared-tail
unique-tail
None
broad-wings
long-wings
pointed-wings
rounded-wings
tapered-wings
very-long-wings
None
flying
hopping
perching
swimming
walking
None
bounding
flocks
forays
jerks
soaring
zigzag
None
bold
cross
crown
eye
head
plain
round
streaks
tailbands
tailstripes
wingbands
None
buzzing
chirping
clear
croaking
electronic
grating
harsh call
harsh song
high
honking
hooting
melodious
quacking
rattling
screeching
soft
staccato
trilling
twittering
warbling
whistling
None
ground dwelling
high flying
high perching
low flying
low perching
north in summer
north in winter
ocean
south in summer
south in winter
None
aerial
agricultural
chaparral
cliffs or boulders
coasts
Deserts
Deserts
Deserts
fields
fir forest
flats
Forests
Forests
Forests
Grasslands
Grasslands
Grasslands
lakes rivers ponds
Marshes
Marshes
Marshes
mesquitebosque
mountains
mudflat
oakpinewoodland
Oceans
Oceans
Oceans
ponderosapineforest
riparianorriverforest
savanna
shrubs
Urban
Urban
Urban
None
black
black
black
blackandwhite
blackandwhite
blackandwhite
blue
blue
blue
brown
brown
brown
buff
gray
gray
gray
green
green
green
greenorolive
olive
orange
pink
purple-violet
red
red
red
redororange
rust
rust
rust
sheen
tan
various
white
white
white
yellow
yellow
yellow
None
chicken
chicken
chicken
duck
duck
duck
gull
gull
gull
hawk
hawk
hawk
headcrested
hummingbird
hummingbird
hummingbird
long-legged
long-legged
long-legged
necklong
owl
owl
owl
parrots
perching
perching
perching
pigeon
pigeon
pigeon
sandpiper
sandpiper
sandpiper
swallow
swallow
swallow
tree-clinging
tree-clinging
tree-clinging
upland-ground
upland-ground
upland-ground
upright-perching-water
upright-perching-water
upright-perching-water
None
large
large
large
medium
medium
medium
small
small
small
tiny
None
accentors - prunellidae
albatross, petrel, shearwater, storm-diving petrel - procellariiformes
albatrosses - diomedeidae (family)
auks, murres and puffins - alcidae
avocets and stilts - recurvirostridae
babblers - timaliidae
bananaquits - coerebidae
barn owls - tytonidae
birds of prey, raptors - falconiformes
blackbirds (new world) and orioles - icteridae
booby and gannets - sulidae
bulbuls - pycnonotidae
bushtits or long-tailed tits - aegithalidae
cardinals and grosbeaks - cardinalidae
chachalaca - cracidae
chachalacas, guans and curassows - cracidae
Cormorants and Shags - Phalacrocoracidae
cranes, crakes, rails, trumpeters - gruiformes
creeper - certhiidae
cuckoos, anis, roadrunners, turacos and their relatives - cuculiformes
darters, snakebirds, anhingas - anhingidae (family)
dipper - cinclidae
ducks, geese and swans - anatidae
ducks, geese and swans - anseriformes
estrildid finches - estrildidae
falcons and caracaras - falconidae
finches - fringillidae
flamingos - phoenicopteridae
flamingos - phoenicopteriformes
flycatchers (old world) - muscicapidae
frigatebirds - fregatidae
frogmouths, potoos, nighthawks, nightjars, oilbirds - caprimulgiformes
gnatcatchers - polioptilidae
grebes - podicipediformes
gulls, terns, skimmers - bird family: Laridae, order: Charadriiformes
hummingbirds - trochilidae, phaethornithinae
jacanas - jacanidae
jays, magpies and crows - corvidae
kingfishers, Hoopoe, bee-eaters, rollers and hornbills - coraciiformes
kinglets or crests - regulidae
kites, eagles and hawks - accipitridae
larks - alaudidae
leaf warblers - phylloscopus
limpkin - aramidae
longspurs and snow buntings - calcariidae
loons and divers - gaviiformes
mockingbirds and thrashers - mimidae
nighthawks and nightjars - caprimulgidae
nuthatches - sittidae
olive warbler - peucedramidae
osprey - pandionidae
oystercatchers - haematopodidae
parakeets and parrots - psittacidae
parrots, hookbills - psittaciformes
perching birds or songbirds - passeriformes
pigeons and doves - order: Columbiformes; family: Columbidae
plovers - charadriidae
quails (new world - Americas) - odontophorids
sandgrouse - pteroclididae (order), Pteroclididae (family)
sandpipers, phalaropes and allies - scolopacidae
shearwaters and petrels - procellariidae
shrikes - laniidae
silky flycatchers - ptilogonatidae
skuas and jaegers - stercorariidae
sparrows (old world) - passeridae
sparrows and allies (New World) - emberizidae
starlings, mynahs and oxpeckers - sturnidae
Storks, Wood Storks and Openbills - ciconiiformes
storm petrels - hydrobatidae
swallows and martins - hirundinidae
swifts - apodiformes
tanagers - thraupidae
thrushes - turdidae
titmice and chickadees - paridae
tits, chickadees and titmice - paridae
trogons and quetzals - order Trogoniformes, family Trogonidae
tropicbirds - phaethontidae
true owls, typical owls - strigidae
turkey, grouse, chicken, quail, partridge, pheasant - order: galliformes
typical owls and barn owls - strigiformes
typical owls, "earless owls" - strix
tyrant flycatchers - tyrannidae
verdins - remizidae
vireos - vireonidae
vultures or condors (new world) - cathartidae
waders, shorebirds, seabirds - charadriiformes
wagtails, longclaws and pipits - motacillidae
warblers and gnatcatchers (old world) - sylviidae
waterbirds - pelican, spoonbill, heron, egret, ibis - pelecaniformes
waxwings - bombycillidae
weavers - ploceidae
white eyes - zosteropidae
wood warblers (New World) - parulidae
woodpeckers and allies - picidae
woodpeckers, barbets, toucans, honeyguides - piciformes
wrens - troglodytidae
None
Critically Endangered
Endangered
Extinct in the Wild
Least Concern
Near Threatened
Vulnerable