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Plumes adorn their heads, necks, and backs. Snowy Egrets eat fish and other marine animals. They live in marshes and swamps and along the shore.
Snowy Egret populations are monitored to ensure the species' survival in Maryland. Falcon, Peregrine Falco peregrinus Adult Peregrine Falcons have blue-gray heads and backs, yellow eyes and feet, and lighter undersides with horizontal bars, while juveniles are brown with vertical streaks.
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Also known as Duck Hawk. Finch, Purple Haemorhous purpureus Male Purple Finches have red heads and chests, brown-red streaked backs, brown wings, and whitish bellies. Females have brown backs and wings with white-and-brown-streaked bellies and a white line above the eyes. They eat seeds, nectar, fruit, and insects. They live in evergreen and mixed forests, but also can be found in fields and backyards.
Goldfinch, American Carduelis tristis Male Goldfinches have bright yellow bodies, brown legs, Various The Koto Music Of Japan tails and wings, and a black spot on their heads.
Females are olive, with black barred wings. In the winter, both genders share a similar olive-gray color. Goldfinches eat seeds, including sunflower and thistle seeds, but also will eat insects.
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Goldfinches Carduelis tristisBaltimore, Maryland, January Goose, Canada Branta canadensis Canada Geese have black heads, necks, legs, and feet, and undersides are gray to brown. Their backs are dark brown, and they have black-brown tails.
A white stripe on the head runs from the throat to behind the eyes and sometimes a white "collar" separates the neck from the back. Canada Geese eat grasses, flowers, and seeds, but can also cause significant damage to agricultural crops, including corn and soybeans. They live in fields, lakes, and marshes, but also can be found in parks. Flying in a "V" pattern, many Canada Geese migrate south during the winter months, while others remain in Maryland.
The Canada Goose is an invasive species. Goshawk, Northern Accipiter gentilis Northern Goshawks have dark gray heads and backs with light barred undersides. They have white marks above their red eyes. Northern Goshawks have a wingspan of nearly four feet.
They eat squirrels, crows, doves, and rabbits. In the canopies of mature forests, they live. Due to loss of habitat and competition with other birds, Northern Goshawks are endangered in Maryland. Grackle, Common Quiscalus quiscula Common Grackles have iridescent bodies, purple heads, and gold eyes. Juveniles are brown. They eat seeds, insects, and small animals, including frogs, mice, and other birds.
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They prefer to live in young forests, but can be found in mature woods, along roads, and in fields. Ruffed Grouse are solitary birds, but will gather near food. Gull, Black-headed Chroicocephalus ridibundus Black-headed Gulls have gray backs, white underbellies, black-edged wings, and red bills and legs.
They have dark brown heads during the breeding season, but the color fades into two dark spots behind the eyes in winter. They eat insects, seeds, fish, and berries, but also scavenge from garbage. They live around lakes, rivers, and swamps.
Black-headed Gulls usually are found in Europe, but their numbers have increased in North America. Hawk, Cooper's Accipiter cooperii Adult Cooper's Hawks have blue-gray backs and heads and white undersides with horizontal reddish bars. They have long banded tails that are round at the end. Cooper's Hawks have red eyes and black caps.
Juveniles are brown with dark bands on their chests and they have yellow eyes and brown caps. Their short round wings have a span of 29 inches. They eat birds, including robins and jays. They live in woods near fields and streams.
Hawk, Red-shouldered Buteo lineatus Adult Red-shouldered Hawks have brown heads, red-orange barred chests and bellies, and long, yellow legs.
Their wings exhibit dark or black and white markings as well as pale crescents near the tips and their long black tails have thin white bars. When they perch, red coloring on their shoulder area is visible. Juveniles are brown with dark markings on a pale chest and belly. They eat small mammals, amphibians, reptiles, and other birds, diving onto their prey while flying or from a nearby perch.
They live in woodlands, usually near water. Hawk, Red-tailed Buteo jamaicensis Red-tailed Hawks can have brown backs and heads and pale undersides with barred bellies.
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They have a seven-foot wingspan. When Great Blue Herons fly, their necks form an "S" shape. They eat aquatic animals, including fish and frogs. They live in colonies along rivers and bays. Most Great Blue Herons migrate south during winter months. Hummingbird, Ruby-throated Archilochus colubris Ruby-throated Hummingbirds have green caps and backs, grayish undersides, blackish wings, and long bills.
Males have bright red throats, while females have white-tipped tail feathers. Ruby-throated Hummingbirds can hover or move up, down, and backwards as needed, beating their wings 53 times per second.
They eat nectar, insects, and spiders. They live in parks, backyards, fields and near woods. Ruby-throated Hummingbirds migrate south during the winter months.
Jay, Blue Cyanocitta cristata Blue Jays are blue with black and white markings and gray undersides. They have crested heads, black beaks, and black markings around their faces and necks. They eat acorns, seeds, other nuts, Ken McIntyre With Eric Dolphy Looking Ahead, grains, and in rare instances, other birds.
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Dark-eyed Juncos migrate from Canada and spend their winter months in the U. Loon, Common Gavia immer Loons have black backs and white undersides, though they can also have a black-and-white-checkered pattern on their backs and necks. They have gray or black bills and black heads. Loons eat small aquatic animals, including fish. They live in woodland lakes, ponds, and bays, nesting near the shoreline. Loons migrate from Canada and spend their winter months in the U.
Mallard Anas platyrhynchos Male Mallards have green heads, gray bodies with black rumps and brown chests, and yellow bills. Females and juveniles have brown streaks and orange-brown bills. Mallards have a blue patch on the wings. They eat seeds, grasses, grains, and insects. They live in lakes, marshes, parks, and backyards.
When Mallards migrate, they can fly 55 mph. Martin, Purple Progne subis Male Purple Martins are iridescent, purple-black with a blue sheen, with black-brown wings and tails, while females and juveniles are dark on top with gray heads and white-tan bellies. They eat flying insects, including dragonflies, stinkbugs, midges, and wasps. Bachelor Brad The Black Experience Band People Can You Hear Birds Of A Feather western states, they live in colonies in tree cavities Bachelor Brad The Black Experience Band People Can You Hear Birds Of A Feather cliffs, but in the East, they nest exclusively in nest boxes or houses.
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Mockingbird, Northern Mimus polyglottos Mockingbirds are gray with light gray undersides and dark gray, white-spotted wings. They eat fruits and insects. They live in gardens, fields, and near woods. They are extremely territorial and will defend their feeding areas and nests against intruders, including crows and hawks. Mockingbirds can sing around two hundred songs and can imitate many sounds that they hear.
Within their first year they had the first of many lineup changes when Al Kash joined on drums, and Bob Fortesque on bass. On this album was a song that was to become not only a hit for two different bands, but also proved to be the catalyst for another major problem within the band.
Bon had sung some backing vocals and had played recorder on the track. He loved the song and asked could he record it with Fraternity.
A deal was eventually struck that allowed Fraternity to record it and release it as a single on the understanding that Blackfeather would not release their version in competition. Unfortunately, against the bands wishes, the record company reneged on the deal as soon as they saw how popular the song was. This caused a major rift between the band and the record company which eventually led to more lineup changes.
The Camel Camel split at this point but it was soon discovered that Neale Johns had exclusive rights to the name Blackfeather. The song went to number one in October and was their biggest hit. The band continued to change lineups but never really found the success that they had deserved.
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