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Wild Birds found in North American continent, not particularily organized into groups or types. Added as they were photographed. Photographer, Seetharam Maddali travelled thru United States mainland, Mexico and Canada, the area covered by the American Birding Association to capture the artistic life of them.

Lazuli Bunting, Northern California

Lazuli Bunting

Northern California

Lazuli Bunting is a songbird appears commonly across southwest habitats dry, brushy ravines, slopes and weedy pastures.

American Avocet, Northern California

American Avocet

Northern California

The American Avocet commonly seen across western North America where it swings long bill through the shallow water to catch invertebrates.

Black Skimmer, Northern California

Black Skimmer

Northern California

The Black Skimmer drags the lower bill through the water as it flies along, to catch small fish with large red and black knife-thin bill.

Cassin's Finch, South Central Oregon

Cassin's Finch

South Central Oregon

Cassin's Finch breeds in coniferous forest in mountains of western North America. Males have bright red crown.

Burrowing Owl Pair, Southern California

Burrowing Owl Pair

Southern California

Burrowing owl is the smallest owl seen across North America. They adapt burrows dug by squirrels as their home.

Clark's Grebe Mating Dance, South Central Oregon

Clark's Grebe Mating Dance

South Central Oregon

Clark's and western grebes are often seen together in North America. They perform spectacular courtship displays.

Clark's Grebe Pair, South Central Oregon

Clark's Grebe Pair

South Central Oregon

Western Grebe is the largest grebe in North America. A common breeder of the Western North America. Often seen on lakes and ponds.

Red Crossbill (Male), South Central Oregon

Red Crossbill (Male)

South Central Oregon

Red crossbill seen in coniferous forests of western North America. Red Crossbill feed on the seed cones. They breed in the areas with an abundance of cones.

Red Crossbill (Female), South Central Oregon

Red Crossbill (Female)

South Central Oregon

Red crossbill seen in coniferous forests of western North America. Red Crossbill feed on the seed cones. They breed in the areas with an abundance of cones.



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