Most-Wanted Birds in America

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California Condor

The American Condor would be its fossil name. Texas, Oregon, Florida, and Buffalo, New York have found its bones.

Atlantic Puffin

It has a triangular, multicoloured bill. Puffins may utilise bill size and groove count to evaluate probable mates.

Spotted Owl

It is the most prevalent species of owl in the park. (Another word seldom connected with the Spotted Owl is frequent.)

Blue-Footed Booby

Despite its large Gulf of California breeding population, Blue-footed Booby rarely crosses the U.S.-Mexico border.

Green Jay

Green Jays are tool-users. In 1981, University of Missouri biologist Douglas Gayou observed an adult jay insert a twig beneath bark to eat insects.

Kirtland’s Warbler

Kirtland's Warbler was the only eastern warbler Audubon never saw.

Whooping Crane

Although we consider Whooping Cranes to be birds of wetlands today, they were once common in North American prairies.

Elf Owl

Little birds typically band together to protect their nests from predators. Mobbing works because predators usually flee

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