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Birds

We are amateur birders, but we noticed all bird books and lists put the birds in the same order. For the convenience of our more serious birding friends we have put our images in that same order, which we downloaded from the eBird taxonomy page.

The names of birds that can be found in Florida are shown with yellow-green background and those found in other parts of the United States are shown with a darker green background.

For the benefit of our birder friends, we have included birds in this list that are not in our regular collection. The photo quality and/or informational content of these bird's webpages may or may not meet the same high standards as the images in our regular collection.   Images in this collection are signified by an orange border around the title.

Click on an image for more information.







Potoos & Oilbird

Swifts





Gallinules,
and Coots





Gull, Terns, & Skimmers

Tropicbirds





Pelecaniforms (larger waterbirds)

Cormorants and Anhingas

Pelicans

Herons, Ibis, and allies



Diurnal Birds of Prey (Vultures, Hawks, and allies)



Owls





Woodpeckers

Antbirds

Tyrant flycatchers



Manakins

Becards and allies

Swallows



Wrens

Troupials
and allies



Tanagers and allies