Winter Birds of The Southern United States

Winter birds of the southern USA

Permanent Resident species, or those which are present throughout the year, are marked "R:" Winter Visitant species, or those which come from the North in the Fall and remain until Spring, are marked "W."

1. Bob-white, male, R.

2. Bob-white, female, R.

3. Mourning Dove, R.

4. Ground Dove, R.

5. Sparrow Hawk, female, R.

6. Sparrow Hawk, male, R.

7. Sharp-shinned Hawk, adult male, R.

8. Sharp-shinned Hawk, young female, R.

9. Turkey Vulture, R.

10. Black Vulture, R.

11. Bald Eagle, adult, R.

12. Red-shouldered Hawk, adult, R.

13. Red-tailed Hawk, adult, R.

14. Osprey, R.

15. Marsh Hawk, adult male, R.

16. Barred Owl, R.

17.Barn Owl, R.

18. Belted Kingfisher , male , R 

19. Screech Owl, gray phase, R. 

20. Flicker, male, R.

21. Red-headed Woodpecker ,adult , R.

22. Red-headed Woodpecker, young, R.

23. Red-bellied Woodpecker, male R.

24. Hairy Woodpecker, male, R.

25. Downy Woodpecker, male, R.

26. Yellow -bellied Sapsucker, adult male , W.

27. American Crow, R.

More birds of the southern USA

Permanent Resident species, or those which are present throughout the year, are marked "R:" Winter Visitant species, or those which come from the North in the fall and remain until Spring, are marked "W."

28. Red-winged Blackbird , male R.

29. Red-winged Blackbird, female, R.

30. Cowbird, male, R. 

31. Cowbird, female, R.

32. Towhee, female, R.

33. Towhee, male, R.

34. Cardinal, female, R.

35. Cardinal, male, R.

36. Vesper Sparrow, W. * 

37. Fox Sparrow, W.

38. House (or "English") Sparrow, male, R

39. House (or "English") Sparrow, female, R.

40. White- throated Sparrow, adult, W.

41. Junco, W.

42. Song Sparrow, R.

43. Field Sparrow, R.

44. Swamp Sparrow, W.

45. Chipping Sparrow, winter, R.

46. Tree Sparrow, W.

47. Savannah Sparrow, W.

48. Purple Finch, adult male, W.

49. Purple Finch, female and young male, "W.

50. Goldfinch, male, summer, R.

51. Goldfinch, female and winter, R.

52. Phoebe, R.

53. Tree Swallow, W.

54. Cedar Waxwing, R.,W.

55. Loggerhead Shrike, R.

56. Myrtle Warbler, winter, W.,

57. Pine Warbler, R.

58. Palm Warbler, winter , W .

59. Yellow Palm Warbler, winter, W.

60. Maryland Yellowthroat, male, R.

61. Maryland Yellowthroat, female , R.

62. Pipit, W.

63. House Wren, R.

64. Carolina Wren, R.

65. White-breasted Nuthatch, R.

66. Brown-headed Nuthatch, R.

67. Tufted Titmouse, R.

68. Carolina Chickadee, R.

69. Blue-gray Gnatcatcher, 

70. Ruby-crowned Kinglet, male, W.

71. Ruby-crowned Kinglet, female, W.

72. Golden- crowned Kinglet, male, W.

73. Golden-crowned Kinglet, female, W.

74. Florida Grackle, R.

75. Blue Jay, R.

76. Mockingbird, R.

77. Hermit Thrush, W.

78. Bluebird, male, R.

79. Meadowlark, R.

80. Robin, R., W.,*

81. Catbird, R.

82. Brown Thrasher, R.

* Winter Visitant only in the more southern States; a Permanent Resident in North Carolina and Virginia.


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